We repair and restitch all marine canvas and custom canvas including bags, dodgers, biminis, sailcovers, small and large covers, cushions, and we also replace glass, zippers, and patch with reinforcement in order for you to get the longest life out of your canvas. Look at the picture to the right and notice how clear the replaced glass on the left is.

Our rapid service enables you to get your canvas back quickly! We are the only shop in the area to offer a repair service to save you money and get the most of your canvas. We do offer special consideration for local transients that are traveling through the area.

Our price for repairing canvas is based on time and materials. We charge an hourly rate for time and find that this saves you money rather than estimating, which is generally higher. We can give you a ballpark figure on a repair once we see your canvas or if you call with dimensions and specifics on the repair needed.
Email us your measurements and we can give you an estimate the cost of repairing your cover with isinglass in it. This does not include the cost of restitching.
Sunbrella® Fabric Cleaning
Sunbrella® fabric should be cleaned regularly before substances such as dirt, particles, etc. are allowed to accumulate and become embedded in the fabric. Hose off fabrics on at least a monthly basis with clear water to avoid accumulation.If you take down your canvas during the winter season, you should clean it, allow it to air dry, and store it in a well-ventilated area.
If you need to do a vigorous cleaning, you can do this once every two or three years depending on how quickly your canvas gets dirty (more if it is up year round and less if you take it down in the winter). The fabric can be cleaned without removing it from the frame or boat. Simply brush off any loose dirt, particles, etc.; hose down and clean it with a mild, natural soap such as a liquid dish soap (not a detergent) in lukewarm (not hot!) water, and use a soft bristled brush to clean. Let the soap sink in. Rinse the canvas thoroughly to remove all of the soap. Air dry.
If you have very stubborn stains you can use diluted chlorine bleach and soap mixture (no more that ½ cup of bleach and ¼ cup mild, natural soap (not a detergent) per gallon of warm (not hot) water. Use a soft bristled brush to clean and let the mixture soak for 15 minutes or so if necessary. Rinse the canvas thoroughly with cold water to remove all of the bleach and soap. Air dry. Excessive soaking in bleach will can deteriorate threads, so be sure to get your canvas restitched if necessary.
Sometimes a thorough cleaning will remove part of the water repellency that your canvas came with. After the canvas is cleaned and dry, you can reapply an air-curing treatment such as 303 Fabric Guard® or Aqua-Tite®.
When you clean Sunbrella® fabrics, always use a mild, natural soap (like dishsoap) and never a detergent. Do not use HOT water (never more that 100*), and do not apply heat since it will shrink the fabric. Do not steam press or dry in a dryer. Always make sure that the Sunbrella® is completely air dried.
If you have a small cover and you use a washing machine to wash the fabric, do not use a detergent and wash and rinse using cold water. Do NOT use the dryer or your Sunbrella® fabric will shrink. Always air dry. You will need to reapply a water repellant after using a washing machine.
Sunbrella® Plus Fabric Cleaning
Follow the same instructions as for regular Sunbrella® fabric above, but if you need to bleach the fabric for stubborn stains, use a non-chlorine bleach due to the urethane coating.
Sunbrella® Furniture Fabrics Cleaning
Sunbrella® furniture fabrics, including stripes, solids, textures, linens, and Comfort Sling® features a soil- and stain- resistant finish that makes clean-up easy. Sunbrella® fabric should be cleaned regularly before substances such as dirt, particles, etc. are allowed to accumulate and become embedded in the fabric. Hose off fabrics on at least a monthly basis with clear water to avoid accumulation.
Spot wash by briskly sponging the area with a soapy solution using a mild, natural soap and lukewarm water. Rinse thoroughly with clear water to remove all of the soap. Air dry thoroughly. For stubborn stains, you can use a fabric spot remover, and follow the directions on the can. Be sure to test an area for color fastness.
Solution dyed fabric does not promote mildew growth, but mildew may grow on dirt that is not removed from the fabric. To remove mildew stains, prepare a mild solution of one cup bleach plus two capfuls of mild, natural soap per gallon of water. Spray the entire area and allow it to soak in. Scrub with a sponge or clean rag. Sponge the fabric thoroughly to remove all of the soap. Air dry.
Stamoid® Fabric Cleaning
Stamoid® exterior marine products should be cleaned regularly to avoid dirt build up. A mild, lukewarm soap solution, such as a liquid dish soap is recommended. Use a soft brush or sponge. Let the soap stand for a short period of time but do not let the soap dry. Then rinse the fabric with clean water to remove all the soap. Allow the material to air dry thoroughly.
Do not ever use abrasive detergents or substances with solvents or gasoline.
Phifertex®, Sunsure®/Textilene® Cleaning
Use a cleaning solution containing 1 tablespoon of mild, natural soap, like liquid dish soap, and 2 tablespoons bleach with a gallon of water. Clean the fabric using a sponge or soft cloth dipped in the cleaning solution. Rinse the material thoroughly with clean water and air dry.
Clean this material on a regular basis (once or twice a year) to prolong its life. Rinsing the material to prevent buildup will also extend its life.
We recommend that you reapply a water repellant such as 303 Fabric Guard® or Aqua-Tite® to prolong the life of your canvas products. After a yearly cleaning, this is definitely recommended, since water may no longer bead up on the canvas, the UV screening is depleted, and stain resistance is compromised. Be sure that you first wash and air dry your canvas as outlined above in the Sunbrella® Fabric Cleaning section. Follow the instructions on the bottle for each product- they recommend one or two coats of a light spray (more if necessary). The 303 Fabric Guard® covers up to 100 sq. ft. per aerosol can and 800 sq. ft. per gallon of spray. The Aqua-Tite® covers a minimum of 200 sq. ft. and can be sprayed, brushed, or rolled on.
Glass (Isinglass/Clear Vinyl) Cleaning
Cleaning, polishing, and protecting your clear vinyl glass has never been easier. Spray on Plexus® and wipe with a soft, non-abrasive cloth. Plexus® cleans and seals the pores in plastic surfaces with a micro-thin layer of shiny, protective wax, which makes the surface resistant to debris, oil, scratches, and yellowing. Anti-static properties repel lint and dust.
Strataglass® Glass Cleaning
It is recommended that Strataglass® is cleaned with IMAR Strataglass Protector Polish every two to three months. In the interim, use the IMAR Strataglass Protective Cleaner frequently.
Silicone Spray
Use silicone spray on zippers and hardware like snaps to keep them lubricated and in working order. We recommend Zippy Cool® or a silicone spray.