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Is there really such a thing as "marine vinyl"?

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Old 03-07-2002, 12:04 AM
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I am having my sun pad and rear seat redone. I went to one guy and he said $1300.00, but if I shopped around to make sure I only get marine vinyl. I heard before that there is no such thing. Is this true?
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Yes there is a difference. The standard upholstery donít have the UV protection nor the mildew resistance as the marine grade. They also seem to be allot tougher.
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YES!!! A BIG DIFFERENCE...
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