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Flying Tivo

Water repellant treatment for VTX Cover

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Flying Tivo

My VTX cover is letting some rain water come in and humidity is starting to build in.

Does anyone know what treatment you can give the cover for maximum water repellant????

Felipe

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Bill_AirJunky

A local upholstery shop recommended Aqua-tite to me some time ago. Works pretty good for the terminally drizzly Seattle weather.

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Pistol Pete

You need to do more to combat the humidity inside the boat like read all of these threads.

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MalibuNation
I've used Fabric Guard from 303.
And Plus One to what Pete says.

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Pistol Pete

Some more good reading here and, here.

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Bake's Marine
I've used Fabric Guard from 303.
And Plus One to what Pete says.

303 Fabric Gaurd is the way to go with Sunbrella. You just need to make sure you apply it when it's semi warm and dry out for a few days. Good stuff!!

-Paul

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