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Mary Kate MaryKate Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant

MaryKate® Liquid Rollers® makes trailer bunk boards as slick as rollers. Non-greasy Repels road grime Non-staining   Manufacturer model #: MK6810.
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Questions & Answers for Mary Kate MaryKate Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant

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Is it safe on carpeted bunks?

I have a triple tube pontoon trailer with carpeted bunks. Was looking at the taco glyde slicks and ez pads but that's a lot of bunks to cover (two bunks per tube, each 20 ft long). Looking for the most affordable but effective option.
asked 4 years, 11 months ago
by
PontoonOwner2
on MaryKate Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant
2 answers
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answer 1
Yes, it's safe on and designed for carpeted bunks. It does not affect the paint on my Mirrocraft boat either. I've used this stuff for 4 years and will say it's a great product. Actually a little scary on how easily the boat will slide off once you use this. DO NOT UNHOOK your safety chain until you're in the water.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
by
DaveA
 - MA
answer 2
Use the liquid rollers, there is more than enough to cover the boards. Great product
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
by
BBQRibman
 - Indanapolis IN
Question

Is this product okay for painted aluminum boats?

asked 2 years, 1 month ago
by
dt3250
on MaryKate Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant
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answer 1
Yes, I've used it on my trailer hauling/storing my 16' Mirrocraft outfitter with no impact to the factory paint at all. It is not greasy and seems to leave no residue on the bunk carpet. But MAN does it work!
answered 10 months ago
by
DaveA
 - MA
answer 2
Yes. The loading & unloading of boats easy. Dramatically reduces friction to make bunk boards as slick as rollers. Long-lasting, non-greasy, non-staining formula. Thanks
Staff Answer
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
by
BPSResource7
 - Springfield, MO
Question

how to apply

Do the carpeted bunks have to be dry before applying? After applying how long before it's ok to reload the boat? I'm only asking because I have a 22' Suntracker Fishing Barge DLX and don't have anywhere except the marina to take the boat off the trailer in order to apply this to the bunks.
asked 4 days ago
by
busterbrown22
 - Ohio
on MaryKate Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant
1 answer
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answer 1
It is optimal if the carpeted bunk boards are dry before applying. This will make the process easier.
Per the mfr, it will generally be dry enough to put the boat back on the trailer after 30 min, depending on outside temperature and humidity. I would allow more time if possible, just to be sure it is set well.

As a reminder - this product is VERY effective so be sure to engage your safety straps as soon as the boat is back on the trailer, even before driving up the launch ramp. Also, do not remove the straps until you have the boat/trailer in the water when launching the boat.
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answered 1 day ago
by
NatlieO
 - Springfield, MO
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