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The Essential Boat Guide to Buy and Clean Your Boat

Updated on June 1st, 2022

In the summer, the boating season is in full swing. Whether you own a small sailboat or a large cabin cruiser, your boat will require maintenance to keep it in top condition. Boating can be exhausting work, but taking care of your boat doesn’t have to be. Many boaters think that boat maintenance is difficult, but with a few simple guides, you can make it a breeze. We talked with Otis Ferry on how to maintain his 3 boats regularly. He is the founder of App Uninstaller, which is legit and the go-to app removal tool for macOS devices.

First things first, you should wash your boat. If you own an inflatable boat or a small bass boat, you may be able to clean the hull with a hose. However, if your boat is larger than 25 feet long, you will need to use a pressure washer. A pressure washer uses water and pressurized air to remove dirt and grime from your vessel’s surface. Use caution when using a pressure washer, however; high-powered spray can damage the paint on your boat if used incorrectly. If possible, have someone else do the job while you supervise them to ensure they don’t damage your prized possession!

After washing the hull of your vessel, spray off any loose dirt that remains on the surface of the deck and around other important parts of the vessel such as the steering wheel and motor area. If there are any stains or mildew on these surfaces, use an all-purpose cleaner or bleach to remove them completely before proceeding with any further steps in boating maintenance. Next, check for cracks in exposed wooden areas such as railings and seats; if found repair them immediately before they become larger problems later on down the road. Finally, check for holes in life preservers and other safety equipment onboard; replace anything that is worn out before it becomes more than just an inconvenience for your passengers.

If you keep up with proper maintenance on your boat, you’ll extend its lifespan and avoid expensive problems later on.

Following these guides can help you get the most out of your boating experience all year long. Read on for some helpful pointers about how to maintain your boat in the summer so that it lasts longer and provides more enjoyment in the future.






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