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Old 03-24-2013, 01:26 PM
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Mooring Cover

P.O. didn't do much in keeping the mooring cover clean. Now it's up to me. Does any one feel that a power washer with clear water (no soap) will do the trick? I want to avoid using soap to maintain the water repellent characteristics in place as much as possible. I would think that laying it out on a concrete driveway, so it has some backing, would be fine using a wider spray nozzle.
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Old 03-24-2013, 07:38 PM
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The guy at skiboatcovers.com told me to throw mine in one of those industrial machines at the laundry mat, then into a dryer and to waterproof it with the 303 water proffer. I'm thinking that's the direction I'll with my Sunbrella cover.
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