After a day of fun in the sun and water, you might think that you’ve done a pretty good job of cleaning out your boat and wiping it down so it will be ready for the next use. However, sometimes when you bring that same boat out again, you can find dirt, stains, old smells or mildew left behind. Looks like it’s time for a boat detailing to restore that beauty back to its former state of glorious cleanliness! However, if you have never had your boat detailed before, you might be wondering what exactly a boat detailer does. In this article we have an inside scoop on the many services that your average boat detailer will provide.
A boat detailer needs to knows the ins and outs of all kinds of different watercrafts, including freshwater and saltwater boats and their differences. Additionally, they will need to know the differences between products to use in the different types of crafts.
When completing the boat detailing job, a boat detailer may perform a simple polishing job on the hull and interior of your boat. If the damage or need for protection is present, they may remove the old layer of wax and carefully and thoroughly apply another protective layer such as wax or ceramic coating.
As for the interior of your boat, a boat detailing will take care of any stains, dirt or other needs that the interior of your boat may require during a boat detailing. This can leave your boat feeling better than clean and anxious to get back on the water!