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  1. what's the cost of a pair of shoes? Sincerely
  2. USCG - UL1180 - Inflatable PFDs 160.076 - Type V
  3. I want to share something that will help you remove graphic from boat, as admin said you use hair dryer to remove graphics from your boat and try and get it to peel off. If not, try to gently pry it up with a plastic spatula or putty knife. To remove the excess sticky stuff use some WD-40. But clean off the excess immediately.
  4. Most types of varnish are available in different finishes, including matte, glossy, satin, etc. Aerosol varnishesAerosol varnishes are particularly easy to use for acrylic paintings. They’re normally applied vertically in thin layers and used in a well-ventilated space. Varnishes for oil paintWhen you varnish an oil painting it smoothes out the finish on the work and protects it from damage. Varnish is a stronger coating than the layer of dried paint which remains fragile even when it’s hardened. If you varnish a painting before it’s fully dry a number of problems may occur like the varnish may crack or soak into the paint which makes it impossible to remove ormake the painting permanently sticky.
  5. what's that mean sir "I replaced my worn-out strap with a SilverFoot strap"
  6. hey chris you can also do this,the surface must be dry and free of any debris, and as smooth as possible and the final gel coat layer will look only as smooth as the original surface was. Remove all paint, grease, oil, dirt or wax and sand only affected area with coarse grit abrasive. Wipe area clean with acetone and allow to dry sufficiently.
  7. There are an array of so-called “bilge cleaners†available at your local marine hardware store, all of which guarantee to turn your bilge into a clean and fresh-smelling flower garden. Since oil and grease don’t mix with water, most of these bilge cleaners are designed to emulsify oil and water into one homogeneous liquid that can be pumped out. They include a detergent to loosen grime and dirt from the bilge surfaces at the same time, and usually an aromatic to make you think you’re in the mountains.
  8. If you are using an ancheor to your boat than along with the rope, you should also have a smaller amount of chain between the rope and the anchor. For most boaters, 10 to 30 feet of chain will suffice. For boaters anchoring in extreme conditions for extended periods of time, you will want about 1 foot of chain for every 6 feet of rope. The reason for the difference requirements is that in theory, by having 1 foot of chain for every 6 feet of rope it will create the optimal angle between the rode and the seabed.For most boaters, 10 to 30 feet of chain will be more than adequate.
  9. Thanks for support
  10. Very Informatic video admin
  11. Thanks for this info admin.
  12. Don't forget to have a look at the Penn Spinfisher 950, big, big reel with lots of grunt and very solid