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Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by Cootsmashfever, May 5, 2021.
Burlap bag for motors
Got that right NV, been using grass sacks for forty years,works like a charm. Keep it simple,stupid. Should be every waterfowlers motto.
I'm that idiot who paints a beautifully cared for used boat motor flat brown.
@Adam Tudor I really expected you to complain about that. Thanks I think of you every time I start that engine.
Painted mine camo. Worked just fine for 20 years. Scratches? Never noticed any.
Having wrapped a few items with vinyl film myself, I can't imagine the headaches involved in wrapping my 1436 Lowe jonboat.
I'm betting a pro would charge you more than the boat cost when purchased new.
And you SURE don't want to try it yourself.....
You can buy or make stencils and have fun with some spray bombs. Costs a lot less and works just fine.
Camoed a Carolina skiff with stencils cut out of a pizza box...and an eight year old helper.
Turned my old boat into a garden
Went ahead and ordered a stencil
Couldn’t bring myself to paint my new Suzuki. Instead bought a XL camo tshirt and had the ol lady sew the arm and neck holes shut. Pulls over the motor like a sock.