MaryKate® Boat Care Products - Liquid Rollers™ Trailer Bunk Boards Lubricant
- Repels road grime
Manufacturer model #: MK6810.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by StanV Great product Was a fight to load and unload my pontoon boat before using. The trailer for the boat I bought used no carpet on the bunks, just bear boards. Had plan to carpet at the end of the year, still needed something in the mean time. While looking for new bunks, I found a link for liquid rollers.Reviews were good, so gave it a try. WOW, made all the difference in the world. I have bought two more cans for this year, but have not needed them yet. The application from last year still doing the job. Great stuff. July 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RayTea Slippery stuff Makes launching and loading our boat easy and quick, Bass Pro Shops service and delivery still the best. June 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carpio works great this product works great just make sure that ur boat is still secure when u try to launch ur boat. makes the bunks very slippery. October 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by BBQRibman Can not go without If you have covered boards on your trailer and have any problems getting your boat in the water or taking it out YOU need to try this liquid rollers. I have used this product 10 years and apply it every year. The only problem you will find with it the boat will leave the trailer and dump the boat on the ground. (it almost happened to me) The fishing partner unhooked the front of the boat before I had the boat in the water, the boat started sliding off the trailer so to save the boat I had to back up rather quickly. So do not unhook the boat until the boat is in the water. Buy it-you will not be sorry and wonder why you never tried it sooner. September 21, 2010
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Details: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.
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