|After I use my boat, I park it outside with the storage lockers open and the entire boat uncovered for a day or so to let it all dry out. |
I have heard you will have mildew issues if you don't.
I have an opportunity to leave my boat in the water and in a slip for a month.
I would use it once or twice a week. I would need to leave my life jackets in it (wet). The rope and boards would also be a little wet.
Aren't I going to get some mildew if I do this?
How does everyone that leaves their boat at the lake or river deal with this?
|I use 4 dry z-air in mine. Use a 5 gal bucket, put a cheezecloth paint strainer over it and dump dry z air pellets in it. |
Also if you have 110 power try a CaFramo electric dryer in it.
|Yeah use damp-rid type product like packrat says. |
Also I take my wet life jackets with me, and hang them up in the garage or backyard at the house.
|I think I'll do that. |
I bought some Damp-rid today.
I'll just take my wet Jackets home and dry them between uses to keep things dryer.
Thanks for the info.
|yep thats what we do. Don't even use any moisture reducing products, just make sure you take wet towels, life vests, etc. with you when you leave.|
|We slip ours all summer, we lay the wet jackets out on the seats when we cover it up...everything else wet goes home. Love not having to trailer, downfall is a dirty boat...|