There is nothing I hate more than laboring to get stubborn stains off my boat at the end of the day when I am tired and ready to go home. I have tried a number of the waxes and protectants on today's market. None seem to last very long or live up to my expectations. Recently, I was inclined to try something new when I received a test sample in the mail - Bling Master's Bling Barrier Protective Clear Sealant. Hey, what could it hurt? I was going fishing, would be cleaning my boat afterwards, and it needed a little extra TLC at the time. The application was simple. I followed the instructions, cleaned my boat and then applied the sealant with the applicator they provided. Guess what? It works. And it no longer allows dirt and other grunge to stain the decks of my boat. My cleanup time has been drastically reduced and I don't wince when something nasty is left behind on my deck from a fish.
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If you’re like most fishermen, you don’t just want to be more organized while you’re on the water—you need to be. I’ve always wished I had a way to keep my go-to tools and lures close at hand, but without dangerously cluttering my deck. It took someone with years of experience on the water to come up with just that!
Capt. Mike Ortego, the creator of Tacklewebs, has devised a simple, yet intelligent storage system that will meet all of your organizational needs.
Tacklewebs’ patent-pending suspending storage bags come in the following sizes: 12” x 16”, 16” x 12”, 24” x 15” and 32” x 15”. Tacklewebs are constructed of marine-grade stainless steel and UV resistant materials. Their unique design minimizes air resistance and allows for easy installation on T-tops, leaning posts, platforms, and more. Tacklewebs provide a secure storage location where gloves, masks, flippers, towels, or just about anything can be stowed up off of the deck and out of the way. The heavy-duty mesh construction allows for items to be washed down and aired out while still in the bags.
Tacklewebs come in marine blue and retail for $29.99 to $49.99. Custom colors and sizes can be made to order. For more information or to purchase, visit your local dive or marine retailer or visit http://www.tacklewebs.com