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October 05, 2009


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Shrink wrap is a great idea. It will really help block the elements. Adding a layer of waterproof paint on the inside and outside of the boat will help as well, after the winter. Great article. Thanks for the info!

Shrink wrap is OK for some boats but can be the death knell for wooden boats as without proper ventilation will make the boat rot from the inside out. As for the water proof paint, I am not sure what you mean as any boat will have some coating of some kind on both the outside and interior be it paint or varnish. A boat lives in water so by it's very nature any paint has to be waterproof.

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