Keeping Microbes Out

Check out the new eco-friendly shrinkwrap

Published in the September 2008 Issue Published online: Sep 02, 2008
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That dreaded winter storage is just around the corner for most boaters, so it's time to start thinking ahead. Nothing is worse than uncovering your boat after a long season in storage and finding mold or mildew. With Dr. Shrink's BioShrink Shrinkwrap, there's no need to worry about weather damage or menacing microbial growth.

With its antimicrobial coating, this tan shrinkwrap resists the development of microorganisms under the cover. It hinders growth of mildew, mold, algae and bacteria, including E. coli, so there will be no surprises when unwrapping your pontoon or deck boat next spring. This patented product is the first of its kind and is available exclusively from Dr. Shrink.

Committed to protecting the environment, Dr. Shrink's BioShrink Shrinkwrap is environmentally-friendly. This coating exhibits no harm to natural surroundings.

Dr. Shrink is a full-service, full-circle supplier of premium shrinkwrap and installation accessories. The company is proud to offer REBAG, a recycling program for used shrinkwrap in the U.S. and Canada.

Retail for Dr. Shrink's BioShrink shrinkwrap is $240 for a 20-foot by 100-foot roll.

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