067 | Old grimy fenders that are beyond washing can be painted with acrylic-urethane enamel.
068 | It's a good idea to use a charcoal filter for the freshwater coming to the tap, but these are expensive. Installing a cheaper paper filter ahead of it will lengthen its useful life.
069 | To get adhesive vinyl graphics in just the right spot, spray a film of soapy water on the hull. Put the graphic on, move it around, and when it looks right, work the water out with the edge of a credit card.
070 | Cut the bottom out of a laundry detergent bottle to make a handled bailing scoop.
071 | Wash off the residue left behind by barnacles with hydrogen peroxide and a nylon scrub pad.
072 | To keep your inflatable clean, cut a piece of outdoor carpet to fit its floor and shake it out when it gets full of sand and grit.
073 | Put a piece of tape, or make a fancy knot, to mark the top of the steering wheel when the rudder is centered.
074 | Chart pencil keeps falling to the deck? Wrap some tape around it, leaving a short tab, or foot, to keep it from rolling.
075 | To provide strain and vibration relief for wires making a short unsupported run to a terminal, pigtail them. Wrap the wire tightly around a pencil. Take the pencil out and you have a neat spiral.
076 | To make a better seal on your oil filter, wipe some oil on its rubber gasket before installing.
077 | Mount a household solar- powered walkway light on a PVC pole and put it in the flagpole socket so you'll always have light to board safely.