JET SKI COVER INSTALLATION
-Cover any sharp points with cloth or a sponge to avoid stressing or tearing your cover.
-Drape your cover over your personal watercraft (P.W.C.) with the tapered end marked “FRONT” at the bow.
-Pull your cover below the rub rail around your entire P.W.C.
-Tie one end of the supplied nylon rope to a side D-ring sewn into the bottom hem of the cover. Pull the rope under the watercraf t to the corresponding D-ring on the opposite side. Allowing enough rope to make a knot, cut of f the rope and tie into the second D-ring. Repeat with remaining D-rings.
-Carefully singe the ends of the rope with a match or lighter to prevent fraying of the ends.
-Adjust and tighten cover as necessar y for your watercraf t.
-To use yourPersonal Watercraft Cover when trailering you MUST use the trailering strap. Trailering without it will invalidate your warranty.
-Be sure that you have installed your cover tightly and that all ropes are f irmly attached.
-Tie a rope to the bow D-ring on the cover and cinch tight to the trailer or pull the bow down over your watercraf t’s trailer attachment ring.
-Sewn along the top of your cover you will find webbing loops. Thread the trailering strap under the webbing loop that will best provide the clearance to cinch your cover down toward the seat behind the steering column. Run the strap under the watercraft, thread the strap into it's buckle and tighten the strap to secure your cover. Be sure that there are no loose areas that can flap in the wind while you drive.
-After driving a mile, recheck all straps, adjusting as necessar y for a tight fit.
CARE AND CLEANING
-If your watercraft cover becomes dirty, it can be cleaned with lukewarm water and a soft brush. DO NOT USE SOAP, or clean in washing machine - it can damage the protective coatings on your cover.
-To avoid mildew be sure your cover is completely dry before you store it for any extended period in its attached stuf f sack.