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Spring has Sprung!

It’s going to be a record breaking spring due to most Midwest lakes being ice-free. The docks and Boat Lift Canopies will be going in soon. If you have been pro-longing the life of your boatlift canopy and really need

ShoreMaster Fabric announces name change

SHOREMASTER FABRIC CHANGES NAME TO SHORETEX Fabric, Inc. TM   Starting July 1, 2014 ShoreMaster Fabric, Inc. of Fergus Falls, Minnesota will change its name to Shoretex Fabric TM . The company has been manufacturing canvas and fabric products for

Measuring Your Canopy

Measuring your boat lift canopy can be tricky. Use the following guidelines to help simplify the process: ShoreMaster, Triton, Beach King– Measure inside width of canopy frame or the boatlift uprights in inches. Measure the total length of the frame

Weathermax Fabric Shrugs Off Winter’s Worst

Weathermax Fabric Shrugs Off Winter’s Worst Left exposed to winter weather, most coated fabrics are liable to stiffen and crack, particularly when the fabric moves or is folded in freezing temperatures.  Frigid conditions present no challenge for rugged WeatherMax fabric

ShoreMaster Fabric Products introduces revolutionary Quicklash Attachment System

ShoreMaster Fabrics has announced that beginning in 2013 they will equip their line of boat lift canopy covers with their brand new attachment system, Quicklash. “The Quicklash system is the fastest, easiest, and most user friendly canopy attachment system on

ShoreMaster Fabrics Announces Expansion

ShoreMaster Fabric Products is moving after over 22 years in the same location. The company has announced that they will be relocating to a new facility in Fergus Falls, MN this fall. Owner Melissa Rogers says, “The demand for our

WeatherMax outdoor fabrics now more eco-friendly

WeatherMax outdoor fabrics now more eco-friendly Specialty Fabrics Review | April 2012 WeatherMax fabric is now more eco-friendly. The new HydroMax finish uses C6 chemistry; traditional C8-based finishes have detectable amounts of PFOA, a carbon-chain solvent used in non-stick cookware.