Wanna Get Into Boat Detailing? Here's What You Need to Know
If you're thinking about taking a professional leap and getting into boat detailing, you should keep reading. The Youtube video "How To Detail A Boat - 7 Steps To Boat Detailing" shows exactly what happens during this process, so you can decide if that's what you want to do in the future. Let's find out more!
Detailing is not that hard, especially if you follow these simple steps.
However, many boat owners prefer to send their crafts to experts for it because they either don't have the time or the patience to do this well.
First, you want to wash your boat thoroughly. It's best to use a power washer and dishwashing soap. The detailing process also includes washing the interior, as the idea is to remove any wax previously added or fish blood.
Afterward, it needs to be fully dried before you can do anything else. Sometimes, you might find some marks from the docks, which can easily be removed with some acetone but be sure to use a white rag to avoid painting the boat.
The second step is to seal the exterior with a polymer sealant. Some experts might call this waxing, although it's not technically waxing because of the material they use.
You watch the rest of the video for more details about boat detailing.