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Still have questions? We have answers to help you select the perfect bimini top for your boat.
Choose where you want to mount your bimini, the most common mounting point is at the widest part of your boat. If this won’t work, then you can move the bimini mounting points up or back.
Once you decide on a good mounting point, measure a straight line between these points on either side of your boat.
The mounting point is the center of the bimini, so the top will extend half its length in front and half its length behind the mounting point.
Measure straight up from the mounting point. Keep in mind that the total standing height is the height of the bimini plus the height from the floor to the mounting point.
A tower bimini gets measured much in the same way as a standard bimini, but with a few key differences.
Braces hold your bimini in an upright position when open and stored. Also gives your bimini a more stable position when open.
Track mounts to gunwale of boat to allow bimini to slide into a more convenient lay- down storage position.
1 cup Vinegar 1 cup Borax 2 cups warm water
Mix and apply to mildew spots, letting it sit for no more than 10 minutes. Scrub with a soft bristle brush and rinse well, allowing the fabric to dry completely.
¼ cup Dawn dish soap 1 gallon water
Fully wet the fabric and then scrub it down with a soft brush or cloth, give it a good rinse, and allow the fabric to fully dry.
Get tough spots clean with Fabric and Vinyl Cleaner
Apply Fabric Guard to the clean, dry surface to protect the fabric from the elements and extend their life.
Put in washer and dryer Use powerful cleaners like bleach or detergent
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