HOW TO RE-PACK YOUR INFLATABLE


Deflate boat by using air pump in reverse if possible.

1-Deflate boat and pull on lines to deflate bow2-Fold tubes in and be sure they touch. Fold down transom
3-Fold end cones over transom4-Roll from transom 3/4 up boat
5-Fold Bow under transom roll6-Compress boat
7-Add floor and remaining items8-Fold flaps over boat and secure straps
9-Ready to store!

A FEW WAYS TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO YOUR INFLATABLE

1-Never inflate one chamber totally at one time, it will damage your baffle. Fill each tube half way, then fill both to manufacturer recommended PSI pressure.

2-The sun expands the air in your chambers. If the boat is extra hard on a hot day, deflate the boat partially.

3-If the boat is partially deflated on a cold morning, do not reinflate. The sun will cause the air to expand and re-inflate itself.

4-Keep your valves tight and watch for objects (like sand) that can create air channels that create slow leaks.

5-Cover PVC boats when not in use. This will increase the life of a PVC boat.

6-Clean your boat after each use with fresh water. Spray on a protectant every month.

7-Bring your dink in for our Winter Storage Program.  We will give it a complete check up, fix any small holes and store it for you!


 

 

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