Shiny Canvas Covers

Pity the poor boat cover that gets coated with an assortment of filth, including grit, mold, bird droppings and any filth that happens to fall from the sky.
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Pity the poor boat cover that gets coated with an assortment of filth, including grit, mold, bird droppings and any filth that happens to fall from the sky. To keep your boat cover clean, try Ensearch’s new CoverClean, a biodegradable cleanser that has been formulated to tackle a wide range of grime types and is non-abrasive, so it won’t scratch vinyl or other smooth fabrics. To use, just wet down the fabric, spray on some CoverClean and then brush and rinse. A single 1-liter bottle is reportedly sufficient for cleaning the entire cover of a 40-foot boat. $16.60. Ensearch

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