How to maintain and maintain a thick rubber yacht?

- Jan 31, 2018 -

Thick rubber boats, motor boats boats are the most popular the most convenient means of transport for seaman sailing, it is very easy to maintain in order to prolong the service life of the rubber boats, assault boats, and can keep the best condition, in order to make it possible to maintain the best condition for a long time. Then we need to know how to maintain and maintain the thickened rubber boat assault boat. So Eyre brothers Xiaobian summed up ten tips for maintenance and maintenance, hoping to help you.

First, rinse the boat with fresh water (if you have oil, wash it with washing powder), dry it, and pack it in the shade. If there is enough space, it is best to flush the air, the pressure is low, and the ship can be kept.

1, anti ultraviolet

The small boats that are often used will be exposed to a lot of light. Or buy a high polyamide fiber boat, it can withstand ultraviolet light damage, or you need to make a canvas sleeve for PVC material boat. According to the location and time of your voyage, storage of small boats by avoiding light can prolong its life. But make sure that the small boat won't be too cold - the near freezing point or the freezing point temperature will degrade the material.

2, keep its inflated state as much as possible

The separation, friction and damage of the joint will be accelerated by placing an inflatable rubber boat in a state of gas. It should be inflated to the manufacturer's recommended pressure state, and as time goes on, many rubber boats will leak, and should be checked and inflated regularly.

3, "old carpet" technique

If you want to stop in the barnacle infested old pier, seawalls or bollards, carrying an old piece of carpet on the ship can be used to protect your boats. Just hang the carpet on the bank pipe before you stop.

4. Cleaning

If the condition is allowed, clean your boat with fresh water and clean out the stuck sand and salt when you have finished it. Even using a wet cloth wiping will also play a role. If you have to use soap, use a mild dish soap.

5. Avoid the use of cleaners

Do not use multifunctional cleaners, brighteners, or any other commercial products on your inflatable rubber dinghy, only clean with fresh water.

6, correct inflating steps

When inflating your raft or ship, fill each gas chamber in clockwise direction along the boat until it is formed. Then, the pressure level shown by each gas chamber to a particular vessel is filled along the opposite direction of the ship. Don't be overly inflated, when completed, leaving only a few "should be a thumb pressing space".

7. Hot air expansion

It is important to know that the air will expand and shrink. If you inflate the boat in cool air and experience a significant increase in temperature, please test your boat again, and release some gas until you restore the normal amount of thumb pressing the "space".

8. Beware of sharp objects

A rubber boat does not like sharp objects or repeated friction in the same area. Be careful with a knife or hook, and any object that can break the surface of it. When the boat ashore, avoid the rocks or shells on the ship, and, if you want to close any barnacle infested dock, carrying a carpet standby.

9. Friction

Friction is also a source of trouble to the rubber yacht. Check the friction points that may occur on the surface of the rubber boat. This may be caused by repeated use of the oar rope in the same position, or even by the cooling machine.

10. When the hull is pierced

Even if the intention is good, sometimes the hull still pierces or leaks air. Apply soapy water and observe the bubbles formed to find the leak point. Take a patched bag at all times, so you don't have to pull the boat back and swim home. If you can swim far enough. It may be difficult to fix the patch sufficiently strong, so it is very careful to follow the instructions.

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