Blaine, WA (PRWEB) May 11, 2006
Restoring your inflatable boat renews and protects it, but also makes it safer to use. The brand-new Tuff-Coat Anti-Slip Coating, available exclusively at http://www.Tuff-Coat.com, improves traction anywhere you add it on your dinghy.
The innovative Synthetic Rubber Coating (SRC), filled with rubber nodules, is easily applied with a paint brush or roller. Its non-skid, anti-slip properties ensure that people can step with confidence on any inflatable surface.
Tuff-Coat Anti-Slip is best applied during the restoration process using the unique Tuff-Coat Inflatable Boat Repair Kit. You simply apply it after the basecoat has cured, but before the final topcoat finishing layer is added.
Tuff-Coat Anti-Slip can also be applied to any inflatable material – Hypalon or PVC – even those without the formulated base-coat. You simply prepare the surface areas the same way as you would for the base-coat application and apply the anti-slip SRC. Inventor and avid boater Mike Fry then recommends applying a colorized top-coat to increase durability and match the finish color of your inflatable boat.
Restoring your inflatable is a great way to maintain your boating investment. The Tuff-Coat Inflatable Boat Repair Kit not only makes your dinghy look good as new, it also protects it from water, weather and sun damage, extending its seaworthiness. For as little as $100, you can save yourself thousands of dollars by not having to replace your expensive inflatable boat for many more years.
That's what boater Ken Harrap discovered when he restored his aging Zodiac Yachtline 310. The popular name-brand dinghy was already second-hand when Ken bought it. "It needed sprucing up," he said. So Ken undertook a full restoration project that made his inflatable look as good as new. It even enabled him to eventually sell it at a great price so that he could upgrade to a bigger boat.
Thousands of boaters just like Ken have discovered Tuff-Coat Inflatable Boat Repair Kits are the only way to go when it comes to restoring or even repairing Hypalon or PVC inflatables. The unique chemical formula bonds tightly to the existing shell, but maintains complete pliability – enabling inflatable boat owners to roll or fold their boats for storage.
Tuff-Coat will even fix virtually all surface damage – pinholes, cracks, peeling, seams – with its specially blended synthetic rubber coating. The undercoat is formulated very aggressively for adhesion since it will eventually be covered with a liquid vinyl overcoat that actually permanently vulcanizes the two coatings together.
By adding the optional Anti-Slip Synthetic Rubber Coating (SRC) during the two-stage restoration process, it's now simple to make your inflatable dinghy even safer for you and your passengers on the water.
Visit http://www.Tuff-Coat.com today to discover how you too can easily, quickly and inexpensively restore or repair your own dinghy with the Tuff-Coat Inflatable Boat Repair Kit. Enquiries from chandleries, marinas, dealers, manufacturers and boat repair companies also welcome.