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Pontoon Fence Paneling – HDPE Plastic Roll

$310.58

FREE SHIPPING
SKU OS-HDPE-18-30-100

Our Pontoon Fence Paneling material is constructed from ultra-durable HDPE and is designed for long term durability when exposed to both sunlight and moisture. The HDPE plastic can be easily cut and does not have sharp edges like other metal products. The heavy-plastic material has a glossy finish, is available in roll heights ranging from 10” to 60” depending on roll thickness and can be purchased in both black and white colors. The plastic is flexible and can be bent around objects to conform to your fence’s perimeter. The material can be either affixed using our foam tape or screws and washers (not included). The HDPE is manufactured in the USA and is shipped from our Kansas City warehouse.

Mil to Inches:
30 mil = 1/32” or .03”
40 mil = 3/64” or .04”
60 mil = 1/16” or .06”
80 mil = 5/64” or .08”
100 mil = 3/32” or .1”


We currently only supply HDPE plastic in a maximum roll width of 5’ (60”)

Product Info

  • Model: HPDE
  • Material: High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)
  • Size: Various
  • Free Shipping
  • Need a written quote? Request Online
  • Questions?  Call (800) 731-8420

Product Benefits

  • Waterproof
  • Commercial Grade
  • UV Resistant
  • Non-Biodegradable
  • Will Not Rot or Mildew
  • Made in the USA

SHIPPING TIME

  • All HDPE rolls ship for free (standard ground, see map)
  • Call: (800) 731-8420 for pricing and shipping questions.

    Shipping estimates shown on the map pertain to this specific product only. HDPE orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon CST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, and are approximate. Transit times are subject to stock levels at regional warehouses.  The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

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    Pontoon Fencing Foam Tape

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    Great Advice For New Owners Of Pontoon Boats

    Caring for your pontoon boat is something you need to do on a regular basis. Being the new owner of a Pontoon boat is very much like owning your first brand-new car. You will do everything in your power to keep it in great shape and running perfectly. In this article, we will offer some great tips and advice for making sure your boat stays in great condition for a very long time. As boats are meant for fun, providing good maintenance is key. Once you have a good maintenance plan, you will be taking care of your boat without a second thought.

    Keeping Your Pontoon Boat In Perfect Condition

    Maintenance for your car has never been an issue and neither should be caring for your new boat. Having a good routine will help you build good habits to protect your boat's components. It's only a matter of time before you will find maintenance is second nature.

    Red Pontoon Boat

    Pontoon Boat in Lake

    Continually Perform Check-Ups

    Just like your car, pontoon boats must have regular check-ups to guarantee everything is running smoothly, nothing has become damaged, or something needs to be repaired immediately. Check-ups can include repainting the bottom of the boat and checking all fittings and fasteners to make sure they are operating properly. Taking your boat to a professional can be a plus to ensure the check-ups are performed correctly while creating a good routine for maintenance. Having a professional check-up will help guarantee nothing will be overlooked.

    Motor Maintenance Is Critical

    Unless it's a rowboat, the motor is critical in moving a boat from one place to another. Preventative maintenance will help the motor last a long time while helping to preserve the entire boat. Some very important measures include flushing the motor after each outing to eliminate debris. Also, keeping up with the engine's oil level will help it stay in good shape. Keep an eye out for any debris, possible damage, corrosion, or growth from marine life landing on the motor's components.

    Regularly Test And Charge The Battery

    Like the motor, if the boat does not have a battery, it's not going anywhere. The boat needs the battery to turn the motor over.

    Checking and caring for the electronic system is as simple as checking the charge and wiring and cleaning the terminals during and after the boating season so there will never be any surprises down the road.

    Always Use The Boat's Cover

    Just like all boats, pontoons will remain outside. The surfaces and components will deteriorate much faster if left exposed to the elements. You can protect your boat by simply using the cover to block out intense sun damage, rain, and other environmental issues.

    Winterize Your Boat

    Winterizing your pontoon will vary depending on where it will be located during the winter season. There are some things you can do to care for the boat. Clean the entire boat, thoroughly, and inspect the boat for any possible damage or worn components. Fill the tank adding antifreeze and a stabilizer. Flush the engine and remove any objects that are not tied down in storage.

    Pay particular attention to the electronics and make sure they will be stored elsewhere, not on board. The electronics can be easily damaged caused by extreme cold or other weather conditions.

    Pontoon Boat on Shoreline

    Pontoon Boat on Lake Shoreline

    Saltwater Or Freshwater

    Across the board, caring for a boat is somewhat the same but can vary depending on whether the boat spent its time in saltwater or freshwater.

    Saltwater

    Boats that ride on saltwater will experience corrosion much faster and should have additional steps for maintenance. The first step is flushing out the engine with fresh water as soon as possible to prevent salt from corroding the metal components.

    The second step is washing the boat down with fresh water to remove any salt residue in order to protect the finish. This includes the boat's interior surfaces as salt will damage those areas as well. Operating in saltwater should have additional anodes to prevent corrosion. Anodes should be checked regularly for any form of wear. An anode is an electrode of a polarized electrical device through which a conventional current enters the device. Wikipedia.org

    Dock with Pontoon Boats

    Pontoon Boats Docked at Lake

    Freshwater

    Freshwater boating is a lot kinder to boats but good care should still take place to guarantee the boat's components are in great shape.

    One issue on lakes and inland waterways involves invasive species that will travel to new habitats on boats. You should remove any plants or mud from the boat. Rough spots on the hull should be scrubbed with a stiff brush.

    Cleaning Products For Pontoon Boats

    There are many cleaners for boats while some are created for specific surfaces. Simple cleaning formulas should be on all boats to combat stains, fight mildew, along with simple wipes, and cleaners for the hull.

    There are other cleaners that are formulated for special purposes:

    There's a fiberglass cleaner that is normally used on new boats known as gelcoat which provides a high-quality finish on fiber surfaces. Gelcoats are thermosetting polymers or unsaturated polyester resin. This product is applied to molds as a liquid. The product forms a chemical bond between polymers and thermoset polymer matrix composites along with polyester resin and fiberglass. The surface will look fabulous!

    As the hull ages, it can become discolored and collect stains. You have to wash the hull with warm water and a cleaning soap for the hull. When finished washing be sure to dry off the surface to prevent mildew. After you have waxed and polished the surface, the protective coating will be locked in.

    Cleaning The Aluminum On Pontoon Boats

    Aluminum is a common material used on boats. It should look smooth and shiny but due to its chemical makeup, it can oxidize and react to elements in the environment. If there is a build-up forming on the aluminum, including debris, or grease, you will have to clean the surface before applying an aluminum cleaner.

    Using a good aluminum cleaner/polish, you can bring the surface back to its beautiful finish.

    Pontoon Boat with Cover

    Pontoon Boat in River