Have you ever wanted to learn the proper technique for waxing your boat? What’s the best method for applying Pro Polish with our Dual Action Polisher Pro? Today, we go over exactly that so you get in an in depth understanding of this essential process. Waxing is the single most important thing you can do to keep your boat looking good for years to come.
First, why do we wax our boats anyways? Everyone always tells you to do it, but have you ever wondered why? Wax works as a sacrificial barrier between your boat and the harsh world around it, mainly UV Rays and Salt Water. Without wax, these environmental factors will damage your gelcoat, causing oxidation and haziness.
To properly wax your boat, you’ll need a Dual Action Polisher, Pro Polish, Pro Polish Pads, Microfiber Towels, and a Bright Bonnet Final Finish Pad. Start by applying the Pro Polish to the Pad and resting it on the surface. It’s important that you make contact with the surface before turning the machine on, otherwise product will come flying off!
At a slow speed of 2 or 3, start by working the product back and forth in an overlapping pattern over the area your working on. You’ll want to go through this pattern at least twice to ensure complete coverage and application. Once the product has been applied, you can buff off the excess with either the Bright Bonnet or a microfiber towel. This will leave a streak free shine and your boat, car, truck, or RV perfectly protected.
There you have it, another Clean-N-Simple tip from Shurhold Industries.