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Old 10-16-2013, 06:01 PM
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Originally Posted by JohnE View Post
That's a tough one. How long do you leave it in the water? I'd find a way to keep it out of the water and just leave them alone. It doesn't look like the damage there will affect the boat much as long as you don't leave it in the water. Or even better have them repaired. Even if you have them repaired you can't risk leaving it in the water for extended time. Your other choice is a bottom paint and then you can leave it in. But that will de-value the boat I believe.
leaving the boat in the water for the summer is very, very common here so I really never thought anything of it. Perhaps a lot just live with blisters or it just isn't that common, I am not sure. I am going to wait until I see what the quotes are before I decide, on one hand I am trying to tell myself just to live with it but on the other it is already stressing me out and I'm not sure I could put my boat back in the lake next year knowing the blisters are there.
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