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    Posted: 10 August 2011 at 5:08pm
Hi, I'm trying to decide on a trailering cover material for a 16' wooden boat with varnished interior. Which is best at not chafing the varnish? Sur Last or Sunbrella Supreme? Is Supreme worth the more than double cost?

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Surlast is an exellent choice.   It is a tough, non-abrasive polyester fabric with excellent weather and abrasion resistance and good breathability.

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Thanks Matt.
Sounds like Surlast is will be.
Simon
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