Topic : HELP SAIL SOS!!!!!

Dear Sailmakers

I have resently been trying to flatten out my leech on my kevlar main sail with a Steam iron. It was workin fine until the phone rang and accidently left it on the sail. Consiquently the leech is now chard a distorted. Any tips on returning it to its forma glory is welcome. Or any advice on where to get my new sails from????

Posted: 29/04/2008 11:35:48
By: Mat Harwood
Hello Mat 

Dave here at Dynamic sails, will be glad to help drop us a line,

Posted: 29/04/2008 12:42:37
By: dave dynamic sails
I thought ironing sails went out when we moved from cotton to "terylene". 
Obviously I have been missing out on some super speed enhancing improvement somewhere....

Posted: 29/04/2008 15:21:42
By: Man who doesnt iron
must get my main out for the wife......

Posted: 29/04/2008 15:42:43
By: darren padro
Hi Mat dont sud around, we can "iron out" your problem with a new set of Rowsellsails.

Posted: 29/04/2008 15:58:15
By: rowsails
Don't tell me that the sails are going carbonised now too!!  Where will it all end?

Posted: 29/04/2008 16:07:40
By: The very latest
Hot pressed and cut eh?!!

Posted: 29/04/2008 16:36:07
By: David
Sounds like i need to get a new Suit. Any non bias advise?? seems like the rowsell sails are doing well at the moment and John Turner seems inpressed. i might need to get two sets as i have two rigs. thanks for the banta everyone dont think ill try that again. I here rmw might be doing some development, anyone know about that?

Posted: 29/04/2008 20:36:19
By: Mat Harwood
Unbiased advice is simple: go with one of the sailmakers that are doing well! They all have their followers.

Personally I use Speeds as they are local and are fast. But at the end of the day eevryone uses what the think is fastest and as long as you go with a sailmaker who is making sails that are at the front of the fleet you can't go far wrong if you do as you're told with them.

Posted: 29/04/2008 21:45:46
By: Chris M
Make sure you buy sails suitable for your mast.

Posted: 30/04/2008 09:16:58
By: Mags


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