Boats must be detailed just as often as cars, if not more. A boat takes a lot more abuse than a car does. If not taken care of properly oxidation can began to show up very quickly. Here is an example of a boat that was left alone for a little too long.
This 20′ Seadoo is the perfect candidate for our Orlando’s Finest Boat Detail.There are so many scratches. Being on the water can really take its toll.It’s oxidized so badly it looks as if there’s a reflection from the water. Just in case you didn’t know theres no water around.The interior is well taken care of.That is mostly people getting in and out the boat.The other side is just as bad. The sun isn’t on it so it doesn’t look so bad.After a wash and decon this is what I have to work with.Started a test spot to see what it was gonna take to get this right. After a couple passes with compound and a wool pad the oxidation was coming off but it definitely wasn’t where it needs to be.It’s looking a lot better but it still needs something else.I ended up having to use 1500 grit sand paper to completely remove all the oxidation and scratches. There we go!
|Marine 31 Wax/Sealant||3M™ 1500-grit Sanding Disks||NanoSkin AutoScrub Medium Wash Mitt|
|3M™ 3-Step Compound and Polishes||Chemical Guys Mr Pink Super Suds||Makita Rotary Buffer 9227C|