Buying a boat Guide - Damaged Boats For Sale Section


Damaged Boats For Sale Navigation

Boats For Sale France
Bayliner Boats For Sale
Sailboats For Sale Privately
Large Boats For Sale
Stratos Boats For Sale
Jet Boats For Sale
Sailboats For Sale By Owner
Sailboats For Sale By Owner
Tour Boats For Sale
Grampian 34 Sailboats For Sale
Boats For Sale Texas
Donzi Boats For Sale
Grady White Boats For Sale
Sail Boats For Sale Washington
Sailboats For Sale Caribbean
New Mirrocraft Boats For Sale
Drift Boats For Sale
Ranger Bass Boats For Sale
Crownline Boats For Sale 2001
Boats For Sale Online
Boats For Sale In Alberta Canada
Boats For Sale Canada
Boat Trader On Line
Boats For Sale In Pa

*** 2010 Best Seller ***

Secrets to Buying a Boat - 20 Year Veteran Who Brokered Over 1,400 Boats, Reveals All The Insider Secrets Of Boat Buying. He Learned The Hard Way And Is Now Passing On His Experience To Save You Time And Money. This Ebook Will Save You Thousands Of Dollars And Many Headaches.


Additional Boat Resources

Boat Handling - Boat Handling & How To Maneuver Twin Engine Boats.

Boating Web Directory - The Most Complete Directory Of Boating Links On The Web.

Main Damaged Boats For Sale sponsors

Damaged Boats For Sale



Amazon Affiliate

Latest Damaged Boats For Sale Resources Added


Welcome to Buying a boat Guide


Damaged Boats For Sale Article

This is a selection among article about Damaged Boats For Sale. For a permanent link to this article, or to bookmark it for further reading, click here.

How to maintain that new-boat shine for years
Adam Lenk

From saltwater to intense sun, your boat is exposed to great deal of harsh elements which are just waiting to attack its glossy finish. And let's face it; the first thing that people looking to buy a used boat notice is the appearance of the boat. That is why it is so important to keep the finish on your boat looking shiny and new if you ever plan on selling it and upgrading to a newer model.

One of the best ways to maintain that new finish shine is to keep up with the routine maintenance of your boat. A little rinsing, cleaning and waxing, if done properly, should be all it takes to keep your boat looking new for years to come. Here's how:

Rinsing. Your boat should be rinsed with freshwater after each time it is taken out. It doesn't take much time to do and it will cut down your other maintenance chores drastically. Washing. You should begin washing your boat by rinsing away all of the dirt and grime that could scratch the finish while it is being washed. Then, using a marine boat soap (regular detergents will dull your finish and strip the wax off of your boat), wash your boat with a soft-bristled brush. Rinse thoroughly.

Drying. It is very important to dry the finish on your boat so that you are not left with spots and dull residue. One of the best ways to do this is to use a combination of a quick drying water blade and a chamois cloth.

Waxing. Your boat should be waxed approximately every two months or more often if you live in very warm or tropical areas. First you should prep the surface using a fiberglass hull cleaner to remove all barnacles, algae and scum. Once that is finished, you can start the waxing and buffing process. Paste boat wax products usually work best and do the most for protecting your finish. If you prefer the convenience and ease of a liquid wax product, you will have to reapply and polish more often.

While it may take a little time and effort, keeping up with your boat's maintenance is one of the best things that you can do to protect your investment. What takes just a few minutes now may save you a great deal of headache and money in the future.

About the Author

By Adam Lenk
For more boating articles and information visit my website at Boating Pro Shop

Damaged Boats For Sale News

No item elements found in rss feed.