Bainbridge International - Marine | Canvas | Awning | Sailcloth - Bainbridge International supplies products & solutions for marine fabricator, awning & sailing industries; Experts in sailcloth, marine cover & shade fabric

  • Awning and shade fabric - Bainbridge International - Distributor of materials for residential or commercial awning structures. Several fabric brands in stock, plus tubing and accessories to complete the job
  • Industrial Fabrics for Specialist Markets - Leading US distributor of industrial fabrics and hardware for many industries: Flags, banners, cold air inflatables, trade show exhibits & more.
  • Canvas fabric hardware and accessories for marine fabricators - Your source for thousands of products for the marine canvas industry - from the very latest in textiles down to simple snap fasteners.
  • sailcloth & sailmaking accessories - Bainbridge International - Supplies for the sailmaking industry. Sailcloth, rigging, hardware, and sailing accessories for cruising or racing applications.
  • Catalogs - Bainbridge International - View or download our most popular catalogs filled with fabric, tools, hardware, accessories and more for sailing, awning, canvas and industrial fabricators.
  • US warehouse locations - Bainbridge International - Bainbridge International has three US warehouse locations to ship from so your order arrives quick no matter where your business is located.
  • A New Generation Of Woven Polyester Sailcloth - - Our latest range of Woven Sailcloth developed for a wide range of applications.

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  • Russell Welsh - This is as good as it gets for the Nvidia SHIELD

    This is as good as it gets for the Nvidia SHIELD. Fits over the entire screen almost perfectly, and the glass is significantly smoother to the touch than the Shield's own screen, while having no noticeable effect on the stylus. Smudges from fingerprints and such will wipe clean off with just about anything. As for scratch resistance, my knife made of 1095 Carbon steel bounced right off of it.

  • That Review Person - Hypoallergenic, my foot!!!

    This baby was is advertised as hypoallergenic so I bought it for my kids. They both broke out into rashes that covered their bodies!! Johnson and Johnson's never did that to my kids. So we're sticking with Johnson's baby wash, thank you!!

  • Kevin1 - Great Resource for Candidates!

    Great book. Very informative and great resources for candidates looking for a position, I specially liked the guidance on social media strategies like Linkedin and FAcebook which everyone should be aware of. Thank you Martin!

  • M D Brendeland - Missing wrench

    I am missing the spanner type wrench to remove the grinding disk. I did receive a hex wrench however. The wrench is not listed as an accessory and the instructions do refer to using the wrench to remove the grinding disk. There was no place in the previous menus to ask this question.

  • Westsoc - Calibration of AcuRite at different temperatures and humidifies using sodium chloride and calcium chloride saturated solutions

    The first question ask by users of AcuRite humidity monitor is how accurate is the reading of relative humididty (RH) especially when the spec for RH is +-4% due to unit to unit variation. (Obviously, the company would like to ship all units they made to make more money. Tighter spec causes high rejects and the company will make less money or the cost for the AcuRite will have to go up.) Also the accuracy could degrade over time due to contamination of the humidity detector. There is no way for users to find out if they have bought an accurate monitor or one that is 4% or more off unless they do a two point calibration at room temperature using two saturated (with some undissolved salt left at the bottom) salt solutions each sealed in a ziplock bag together with the monitor. This is very easy to do for anyone. Just put the AcuRite in the sealed bag overnight then check the RH reading the next morning and you are done. Fortunately, the needed salts are also easy to come by as one is table salt (sodium chloride; the monitor should read 75% RH at 70 deg F) and the other could be driveway ice melt (calcium chloride; the monitor should read 31.5% RH at 70 deg F). Since bacteria could not grow in such salty solution, the sealed saturated solutions could be saved and reused over and over again allowing re-calibration whenever the user desires. I used two ziplock bag, each of which has two plastic cups. In one of these bags, each cup has 1/8 inch of water on top of 1/8 inch of undissolved table salt. Likewise, in the other bag each cup has saturated driveway ice melt solution.

  • Lisa - All kinds of sexiness in Italy!

    YESSSSSS!!! Guys, R.S. Grey is now OFFICIALLY an auto-buy author for me!!! I’ve read her last few books when they released, and I loved every. single. one. of. them! Major score!!! I love finding authors that somehow totally get me and know how to write what I like to read. R.S. Grey, well, she TOTALLY gets me. :)

  • P Gleason - This does the job.

    I have been using this product for 3 or 4 years. I tried many things over the years. While some products helped, this is the only one that I have found that really works. I use this plus the Ped egg to buff off heavy callous and my foot cracking is gone. the only time is returns is when I get lazy a neglect using the heel baum for several days. But a day or two of uses and it clears up again.