You know when you buy a car, they always say, “Don’t buy a lemon.”
Meaning, the car is highly flawed, has several manufacturing defects affecting its value or utility.
It’s the same thing with buying a universal “one-size fits all” boat windshield protector
Don’t buy the cheap one and try to jazz it up with snaps, straps and other things.
Because in the end, you’ll waste so much more extra time and hassle trying to make an inferior product better.
Here’s a boat owner explaining this very process of jazzing up his cheap product.