• It’s Boating Month

    Posted on July 10th, 2012
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    Clear the Air is celebrating July as boating month.

    It is time to get out and enjoy the summer heat on the lake, river or ocean – wherever it is you prefer!  Everyone has probably at one time or another experience that smelly boat odor and it can be difficult to get rid of.

    Fortunately, with Clear the Air, there is a simple and extremely effective way to eliminate any pesky boat odorsClick Here to learn how to completely eliminate any boat odors.  We have a special this month only: purchase the Boat Bundle for only $49.95.  It is regularly $59.94, a $10 Savings!!!!  Enter “boat” into the redemption code with your Boat Bundle in the shopping cart and $10 is automatically taken off!

    The Boat Bundle comes with 3 Canisters of Carpet and Furniture Odor Remover and 3 Bags of the Odor Eliminator Bags.  Take advantage of the savings today!

    Check out our Boat Safety Tips:

    • You are responsible for your own wake and any damage done by it. If you’ve caused boats to bang into each other or knocked someone’s grill off their deck or otherwise harmed their property, you’re the one on the hook for the damages. Big wakes in crowded spaces is bad news.
    • Slow down if another boat is trying to overtake you. For safety and the serenity of everyone around you, just slow down and let them go around.
    • The first one in blazes the path. If you’re entering an anchorage, mimic the other boats in how you tie off, how you anchor, how much line to use and how much distance you allow between the other boats.
    • Respect your neighbors. If you have a loud boat make sure you leave plenty of space. Sound carries much farther on the water, and you can be heard clearly from a good distance away.
    • Know your ramp manners. Think in advance about how you can cut down your ramp time. Delegate responsibilities and practice them before you get to the ramp.
    • Move along already! Fueling is a necessary part of your boating experience, but be considerate of other boaters who would also rather be out on the water.
    • Lend a hand. It just takes a minute, and you’ve shown everyone what a standup boater you are.
    • Keep your area tidy. Buckets, shoes, carts and other items need to be stowed properly. And if you’ve used a piece of equipment, put it back where you found it.

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