Boat cosmetics made simple
After two decades in the boat maintenance field, Sherri Board, a professional boat maintenance technician, has revolutionized the way in which boater's view the cosmetic aspects of their boats. The author guides you through the details of a proper wash-down, maintaining teak, varnishing, gel coat care, maintaining the rigging and a hundred other details needed to keep your boat in tip-top shape.
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1 TO KNOW HER lS TO MAlNTAlN HER
2 WASH DOWNS
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