(Video) Listen to what he has to say about using Ray and Rain spray, to waterproof the canvas on his boat.
Its that kind of eloquence that gets Pete by just fine.
'Unroil', I hear you say? 'What IS that?'
Loosely translated, it means 'Pete loves the Ray and Rain and thinks it's 'unreal'.
Now, I wouldn't actually say this to Pete's face, because he's quite a bit older than me, but Pete is wrong.
Ray and Rain is not unroil, it is actually REAL.
Not only is it real, but it holds an Australian Patent.
We couldn't do that if it wasn't real, and we wouldn't bother spending all the money required to get it patented if it didn't work.
We won't cross over to Pete again, because, well, he's taken a bit of a liking to the camera, but let me say this.
If Pete says Ray and Rain waterproofs, it waterproofs.
Pete should know what he's talking about. He's been swashbuckling around the high seas for decades. From the rainy tropical clime of Hammo (thats Hamilton Island if your not a local) to the sub-Antarctic blasts of Tassie (thats Tasmania if your not a local), and everywhere in between.
He's explored all the inlets and bays and anchorages. Actually, between you and me, I think Pete fancies himself as a bit of a modern day pirate.
If you believe only half of what he tells you, he's been swamped, run aground, nearly sunk. Not much of a sailor, Pete, but a lovely bloke...
And he knows his sprays.