|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-22-2009 10:21 PM|
|trantor12020||nice hose. sure is cheaper getting it from home improvement shops than wm.|
|08-22-2009 10:00 PM|
|rikhall||Better than hijacking the hose|
|08-22-2009 06:44 AM|
|roofcoatings||How could some one hijack the thread|
|12-15-2008 09:09 PM|
|PermaLivin||sorry about that hijack, wrong thread. i have deleted that post. ok, back to the coiled hose..|
|12-15-2008 07:51 PM|
|12-15-2008 01:03 PM|
I agree with Cam. I have one of these that stores in a little area within the anchor locker. At only 25 feet, I find it doesn't reach to the back of the boat, but it sure does well when washing the muck off the anchor.
I also carry some regular garden hose to get some extra reach, and to use when at a slip.
|12-15-2008 11:06 AM|
I find the tightly coiled hoses you can get at the garden store work great for this purpose and are easily stowed.
They have it in both 25 an 50ft. lengths.
Amazon.com: Colorite 25' Boat & Camper Self Coiling Water Hose #WRH8120025: Home Improvement
|12-15-2008 12:44 AM|
I put away the garden hose today and it made me remember that the wash down hoses I've used for the boats I've crewed on all seem a little wanting.
Anyone have the perfect hose?