Boat shrink-wrap is made of low-density polyethylene (LDPE), which can be recycled and used in the manufacture of new products such as plastic bags, guard rail blocks, wheel chalks, lawn edging, plastic banners, and plastic lumber. In boat shrink wrap recycling program, we offer marina operators and boaters a welcomed cost effective alternative to recycle boat shrink wrap. Our experts give clear explanation about various types of winterization and the Shrink wrapping services for all our customers. The important steps to be followed after the boat shrinks wrapping are as follows:
- Remove all lumber, metal zippers, reusable vents, rope, and other non shrink-wrap materials like batteries, soda cans, screws and nails from the shrink wrap. The doors and vents may be reusable next year.
- Keep the shrink-wrap as clean as possible gravel, sand, and excess dirt make the recycling process more difficult.
- Maximize the amount of shrink wrap that will fit in your storage area and reduce water weight by rolling the shrink-wrap into a bundle up to five feet long, similar to a rolled up sleeping bag.
- Tie the bundle with a strip of shrink wrap or ribbon strapping. While rolling, try to keep the shrink-wrap clean.
Thus shrink wrap is a drum-tight, seamless, fire retardant, shrink wrap film cover that withstands high winds and can last up to one year in the sun. We then lubricate external steering shaft, tilt tube and other moving parts with mercury 2-4-C lubricant and spray engine with corrosion guard to prevent corrosion.