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Old 05-26-2009, 08:40 PM
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Just to show that anything old (20 Years) can look better than when it was new. This is a project we just finished for a guy in Gilford, NH, for his son. Supreme Marine of NH, took care of the carbon fiber dash panels, guages, controls, carpet, and mechanical, while we (Shorline Cover Works) took on the upholstery...carbon fiber, and fo-suede.
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looks awesome
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Nice work Doug! Looks great

You sure did a nice job on Audio's sun pad, we installed it over the weekend. Really woke up that old 311!

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Wow, very sweet!
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Looks great! Hows the suede hold up to water and fading?
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Nice job Doug.
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Looks great. We are LOVING the sun pad you did and can not waite to get back the cover. I was so bummed out when I went down to the boat on Sunday and it was covered with stuff that blew off the trees!! Lots of comments on the swim pad. Can't waite to get the rest of it done!!
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Looks great! Hows the suede hold up to water and fading?
The product is well rated for UV, and color bleed, but like any pourous material it will absorb water, so you do have to be careful with it. It is not something I would recommend to someone who is not concerned with covering their boat.
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Looks great. We are LOVING the sun pad you did and can not waite to get back the cover. I was so bummed out when I went down to the boat on Sunday and it was covered with stuff that blew off the trees!! Lots of comments on the swim pad. Can't waite to get the rest of it done!!
Thanks...I should be up with your cover later in the week.
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