Well I decided to just replace my bunks with wood instead of the ultimate bunk boards, after reading the instructions id have to weld some supports to the trailer and im just not in the mood for that,,,so I got some good redwood to use (I had used pressure treated last time and it seems like the...
I have this 82 Howard cruiser. It has some red shag carpet from 82 in it. The carpet is very faded. I know they make carpet dye. Maybe that would work but im wondering where you buy carpet for a boat. Will just outdoor rug work?
Hey guys, I've been a bit absent lately as just crazy busy with life and work. Now that it's winter it's time for some love on the New Cheetah FastCat. The carpet the guy installed a few years back is just junk. It's isn't holding up very well, and it's just plain HOT!! The cheap stuff I got...
Do any PB members have a hook up on 40oz marine quality carpet (Dark blue)
Looking on line it seams little expensive for the 40oz compared to the 20oz.
I seeing a price of $190 for a 8'x12' roll of it, is a normal price?
Any one have link they can send me for better pricing?
If you need new carpet installed in your house let me know.
Let me know the manufacturer, type, color and i can get it for a lot cheaper then any big box store or flooring company.
I can also provide installation.
Why, oh why, do custom manufacturers think that glued down carpet in the ski lockers is a good idea? Even the production boat manufacturers have moved away from this.
My last boat with fully glued down carpet was in the mid-90's and was a 88 HydroStream Valero - man it smelled like wet dog...
just had my carpets and tiles cleaned by doug at precision carpet and tile cleaning did an awesome job. he is located in corona and can take care of the orange county and inland empire locations. told him about posting this on here and will give a performance boats discount to all members...
In the back of my boat where I keep my anchor and extra lines a quart of oil leaked into the carpet. I've used shampoo and all kinds of stuff to get it out..it appears to be clean but still leaves an oily residue on anything left back there..any tips on what to use to get it all out..thanks.
I was reading in another post about the spray liner for his boat and removing the carpet and it got me thinking....
What would I have to do to replace the carpet on my Bennington with a non-slick surface? I believe under my carpet is wood. Is it a matter of having someone shoot/apply...
The carpet in the Nordic I just picked up needs to be replaced. I was thinking of removing the interior and having bedliner sprayed in.
Anyone have any thoughts of why not to do this? (BTW, the stringers and floor are in good shape)