Apr 8, 2017

Super Absorbent YachtDue to lack of time or fatigue after a day on the water, many people allow their boat to air dry after washing and/or rinsing it down, leaving unsightly water spots and blemishes. Shurhold's Deluxe Water Sprite Mop attaches to any of the company's 11 handles and quickly soaks up water like a sponge, allowing for a quick, spot free dry.

The most absorbent mop available, the Deluxe Water Sprite Mop has a generous number of 2–3/4" wide strips to soak up large amounts of water. Made of a unique chamois material, it'll never mold, mildew or build-up bacteria. It features a rigid construction to assist drying vertical surfaces and a rubberized internal guard protects from accidental scratching.

Bending over or stretching on tip-toes while drying a boat is a thing of the past. The Deluxe Water Sprite Mop can be used with any length of Shurhold's handles—from 13" to 9'—making it ideal for hard-to-reach areas like hull sides, fly bridges and in-between fixtures like handrails. Once saturated, excess water is simply wrung overboard.

Shurhold's Deluxe Water Sprite Mop costs $65.98.

Dedicated to educating boat owners, Shurhold provides key tips for boat value preservation at www.shurhold.com. Inventor of the One Handle Does It All system, Shurhold manufactures specialty care items and accessories to clean, polish and detail.

Contact Shurhold, 3119 SW 42nd Ave., Palm City, FL 34990.

800-962-6241; Fax: 772-286-9620. www.shurhold.com.

 

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