Reasons Why You Need to Clean and Polish Your Boat
The vital step in maintaining your fish-ready bass boat, sail or motor-driven yacht or high performance PWC at their high standard performance is by giving them on going care and proper detailing. A vessel to be at its top condition can be achieved by boat detailing at regular intervals, and this will ensure that the vessel is at its top condition and can be sold in the future at a much better resale value.
With vessels left on moorings both on water or laid up, and exposure to salt spray, rain, sunlight and extreme temperatures can soon take a toll on your vessel. Take note that any deterioration on the paintwork, metal, gel coat, rubber, vinyl, upholstery and leather will not only affect the appearance of the vessel but will also affect its value, and so it is good to give proper care to your boat as far as good financial sense is concern.
Maintaining a high valued watercraft is not the same maintenance to that of a typical car, and so boat detailing would use a highly skilled professional who can do the detailing of the interior and exterior of your high valued vessel. Be aware that if you need to wash your boat, avoid taking it to a car wash center because the pressure hose they use for cars, which they will use on your vessel, is set at 600 to 900 psi which is not sufficient to clean the slim and dunk that developed on the water line of the boat after a period of time being exposed to water. You can then go to a dedicated washer for marine based applications because it runs at close to 3000 psi for a higher pressure rating and allows water to heat if required.
Look for a respectable detailing service that offers a variety of cleaning options for your vessels inside and out parts, and they can do this in places like in a marina, in a boatyard, on a cradle, and even in your own backyard. Detailing options would cover buffing and polishing of the exterior that will remove things and particles that have built up on the hull like dirt, grime, and other impurities. You can also ask detailing to include special attention on the polished woodwork and cleaning of the wood trim, rod holders, safety rails and so on.
There is also the full interior detailing, which is a very important step for a grime free condition of a vessel. Do not forget to have the interiors cleaned, like the helm station, storage lockers, chairs and hatches so that signs of mold, mildew, bird or bug deposits and rust are removed.