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abalmuth Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 12:57:04

https://youtu.be/1VEpwigjqco


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CurrentSea Posted - Jun 13 2019 : 09:13:04
Just run boat aground!

Cleans Hull and Insurance company pays for the cleaning!!!

LOL!


Robski97 Posted - Jun 13 2019 : 09:10:34
Im not liking the brush on the hull sides... But def for the underside...

Rob
Crownline 242 Posted - Jun 13 2019 : 07:03:13
Some company in NJ offered this about 25 years ago. Did not really take off.
JVM225 Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 19:01:39
Pretty cool concept,
JVM225 Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 19:00:16
Pretty cool concept,
If they could refine it to include the running gear and some soft material to come up the sides it might be a hit.
Radioactive Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 14:35:52
En easy way to get half of the work done, however...

And while I -might- not be interested in diving and cleaning the entire hull ( on any given day ), I might be happy enough to let the boat wash do some, then "touch it up" with a quick free dive.

A nice tool in the box.
abalmuth Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 13:34:24
quote:
Originally posted by HOGAN

How does it clean where the shafts, props and rudders are?

I just looked at their site
It dosnt clean the rear section

https://driveinboatwash.com/for-boat-owners/#specifications
HOGAN Posted - Jun 11 2019 : 13:02:14
How does it clean where the shafts, props and rudders are?

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