The waters are getting colder as the summer season transitions into fall. Hopping aboard that jet ski for an exciting spin in the lake is not as tempting now as it was just a few weeks ago when the temperatures were still sweltering. It’s just about time to think ahead to winter sports and to fun-filled, snowy days — but not before you protect your summer investment with a high quality protective cover.
Jet ski covers should be constructed of fabric that provides superior protection against sun, rain, dirt, and pollutants. If you store your jet ski outdoors throughout the year, that cover should also have rear air vents to reduce inside moisture and to keep the cover down during windy days. It’s a good idea to keep your jet ski covered in the summer months while it’s not in use, but it’s especially vital to cover your jet ski over the long winter months when it could be exposed to snow and ice, in addition to sun, rain, and dirt. Protecting your jet ski adequately now will pay off when summer rolls around again and the waters are warm enough to take it for a spin.