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Old 04-08-2009, 10:00   #1
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Bimini Left Open?

When not being used, and for durabilty, it is best to leave a sunbrella bimini open, or closed and zipped in its bag? I wouldn't want to do this every day, but what if the boat is unused for a while? Is there a guideline for how long it's OK to leave the bimini on and open? A week? A month? A season?
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They can be left open a real long time, but zipping it up protects the fabric from the UV and dirt dust etc....
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