|Pre-port visors: Rain catchers|
|The problem area up close...sans water this time|
It took all of about 20 minutes to put them on, easy peasy.
- Use the scrubber to remove any oxidation where the visor will be attached.
- Use clear paint thinner/acetone to wipe down the area, let dry (very quick).
- Remove the backing on the tape and stick 'em on!
|All you need|
|They're also slightly tinted to help block out some of the harsh sunlight|
|Everyone helped in one way or another. Lexie also tested the adhesion by stepping on |
the top of a couple visors, I'm happy to report they didn't budge. At.All.
|Bring on the rain!|
The night we put these on we were suposed to get a pretty good storm but we got nu-thin, not even any good wind! At one point we did have some light rain that we left them open for and didn't have any rain coming in but we have yet to really test them in any substantial precipitation. We did find, however, that even though the ports block some of the wind, light breezes still made their way through the ports to keep the boat ventilated. Which is exactly what we need when it rains and we have no choice but to close our front hatch (the main source of air flow).