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Boat Blisters: What Causes Them and How to Prevent Them
Boats are meant for water, but excess moisture can cause a lot of problems for your watercraft. From rust to blistering, leaving your boat in the water constantly can be the source of many cosmetic blemishes, some of which can pose a significant threat to your boat's integrity. Different parts of a boat can experience different issues from excess water – metal on the boat will corrode while the gel coat will develop boat blisters. Let’s dive in and look at what causes this blistering and how to prevent it.
The Cause Of Boat Blisters
How To Prevent Boat Blisters
Eliminate Boat Blisters With JetDock’s Floating Boat Lift
In the end, your best defense against hull blisters is to be a good boat owner and invest in all of the proper precautions, equipment and products for your watercraft. One of the best ways to reduce the amount of time that your boat is in the water is by using a floating boat lift system from JetDock. Contact us today to learn more about how our jet ski storage and boat lift systems can prevent hull damage and blistering on your watercraft.
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