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Protect your boat from snow, ice, and other harsh Winter elements with this 7 mil shrink wrap film. It is the most economical choice for shrink wrapping your boat, offered in a 60lb roll and is available in a variety of lengths. White Shrink Wrap helps reflect UV rays, as well as absorbs heat which makes for a more comfortable working environment inside while the boat is dry-docked.
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Free Shipping on these 60-pound rolls of Shrinkwrap for a limited time only. No coupon necessary. Only valid in the Continental US and via Standard Ground. Some exclusions apply.
Is there anyway I can order 7 mil shrink wrap film in a smaller size - like 15 X 15?
Unfortunately, we do not offer the shrink wrap in that size.
Closest and cost ?
Can I save shipping costs if I pick up at distributor?
We only have one location in Rhode Island. 17 Peckham Dr. Bristol RI 02809
Is this good enough for snowfall? I'm in Wisconsin, and this would be heavy snow.
This was designed for that purpose, it just needs to be properly installed with all supports and banding.
Where does the heat come from to shrink the wrap? Don't answer "from the devil" cause I'm already in hell over this boat with my wife...
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sailboat 41 ft x 11 ft beam - for 6 foot center clearance above deck what width should I use?
I have a similar sized boat and use 24 to 26 foot width by 50 to 55 foot long. I've found that a 26 x 100 foot roll will give me just enough for two seasons. I cut it at 50'. The big pieces that get trimmed off the bow are added to the stern if needed when closing it up. I used to use pvc pipe for hoops but find that 1/2" conduit bent to shape and labeled is less work. With some practice, you can get the plastic to bond to itself at closures and overlaps... heat and slap with a gloved hand. Once bonded, it is stronger than a taped joint. With a sailboat, you get a lot of practice around the stays.
year 5 of use,great stuff
The shrink wrap and door performed great. I did my 22' Tripps and my nephew's Grady and still have some for next year. Make sure to use a heat gun not a weed killer.
worth the price
took a while but it was my first time wrapping. worth the money and time
I wish I had discovered this stuff years ago, it would have saved me considerable work. Boats don't like being on the hard, unprotected for considerable time. We opted to seal/shrink with standard heat guns. The flame bit didn't impress me. Also installed a door which will allow access though out the cold winter. We wrapped a Globe 38.
Louisville KY, USA
Product worked as advertized
I used this wrap for the protection of escalators that were exposed to the elements for a short time prior to installation. The product worked great.
College Park, MD
Very nice quality....worked great on the boats!
The Right Stuff
Good weight of mil thickness for New England, where wind and snow loads will tear the lighter stuff. Be sure to add vents in cover or mold will be astronomical in spring. Saves a ton on UV of wear and tear.
Easy to Use, Very Durable
This film is your standard shrink wrap film that you see just about everywhere in the Winter. It's easy to use, especially with a good heat gun, and it's very durable. I had only a few rips & tears after last year's brutal winter. The only cons are that it's difficult to work when it's cold, just like any other shrinkwrap out there. The price is right, too. I saved myself a lot of money doing this myself.