Moisture can cause shrinkage and mildew. Allow
the cover to dry thoroughly before disassembling
tops. Keep it clean and well ventilated to prevent
mildew. Spraying the weather cover with Lysol
Disinfectant™ or similar product will help prevent
DO NOT tow your boat at highway speeds with
weather covers in place. High winds encoun-
tered during trailering your boat can severely
damage most weather covers. Damage to
weather covers incurred as a result of trailering
your boat is not covered under warranty.
Dirt creates a starting point for mildew when mois-
ture is present. Clean the top with a sponge or soft
scrub brush and mild detergent when the cover is
installed. Make sure cover is taut to help prevent
O - 3 WINTER STORAGE
The boat must be properly protected during winter dry
dock storage. Awinter storage cover is advisable. Many
marine dealers offer shrinkwrap enclosures for outdoor
storage. See a Four Winns dealer for information on
the availability of winter storage covers or other alterna-
tives for storage.
Chemicals cause decay if allowed to accumulate for
long periods of time. Keep the cover clean to pre-
Heat can cause cracks in vinyl components and stiff-
ening of fabric when enclosed in plastic or polyethyl-
ene. DO NOT store the weather cover in polyethyl-
ene under direct sunlight or high temperature situa-
When storing outdoors, make sure the supporting frame-
work keeps the weight of the snow and rain from accu-
mulating on the storage cover. Proper ventilation must
also be provided or dry rot and mildew will occur. See
Ultraviolet degradation may occur under prolonged
exposure to direct sunlight. Store the top in the boot
when not in use.
O - 4 CARE & MAINTENANCE
Salt water can corrode brass, aluminum, or stain-
less steel fittings and fasteners. Keep fittings clean,
lubricated, and waxed to prevent corrosion.
Clear vinyl curtains and windows demand extra care to
prevent scratching. DO NOT use cloth or chamois skin.
Dirt or grit in the cloth will scratch the vinyl window. Hose
clean water onto vinyl to rinse off salt, dirt, or grime.
DO NOT use hot water. DO NOTdry in an auto-
matic dryer. DO NOT dry clean or steam press.
Leakage after cleaning may be the result of insufficient
rinsing. Re-rinse. If leakage continues, apply a coat of
See your Four Winns dealer for additional information
on weather covers.
Figure O5: Canvas Care & Maintenance Tag
Moisture, dirt, chemicals from industrial fallout, heat, ul-
traviolet rays and in some cases, salt water are factors
which affect the longevity of acrylic covers.
Funship™ Owner’s Manual
|Categories||Four Winns Freedom Manuals, Four Winns Funship Manuals, Four Winns Horizon Manuals, Four Winns Manuals, Outboard Marine Corporation Manuals|
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|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
|Document Type||Owner's Manual|
|Product Brand||Boats and Cruisers, Four Winns. For support contact your dealer at http://www.fourwinns.com/locate-dealer.aspx|
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