A Glaze surgery – The perfect solution to ensure a pristine finish
The maintenance of a boat can be a minefield with all the products that are available, so we have created a simple and easy to use guide to help you with any maintenance issues that you may be experiencing. All the products recommended can be purchased through our website or by giving us a call.
Remove using Heavy duty hull cleaner
Remove using deck cleaner or an eradicator sponge.
Remove using the Canvas Canopy Cleaner. To avoid regrowth we recommend applying our new Formula Fabric Protector/Water Proofer
Using a machine (if possible), use Pre Cut at up to 1800 revs. Then apply our Prep and use additional coats of Glaze (around 50% to fill the pores to stop fading). For further advice, please contact us.
To resolve this problem in the short term, apply Speed Finish. To achieve a long term shine we recommed using a Marine A Glaze Kit.
Firstly remove any marks using the Nano Kit and then seal the material using the Vinyl and Leather Protector.
Use the Air Purifier to eliminate any smells.
Remove using Air Purifier. If mildew is also growing on the canopy, wash using the Canopy Cleaner and then seal with the Fabric Protector.
Clean using the Fender Restorer and, to maintain, protect with Fender and Dinghy Sealant.
For stubborn marks, use an Eradicator Sponge or the Marine Preparation.
Use Precut and protect wtith AGlaze Marine Kit.
Clean using Metal Polish and, to avoid further oxidisation, seal with Stainless Steel Sealant.
Depending on how severe the rusting is, start by using an Eradicator Sponge, then clean with the Hull Cleaner and Deck Cleaner.
Apply a Fabric Protector or Water Proofer.
Replenish the colour with a Teak Care Kit and if needed, seal with Teak Sealer.
Use Crystal Vision to clean and seal.
To reduce the need to use windscreen wipers, clean and seal with Crystal Vision.
Restore and repair with our Leather Kit.
Standard washing liquids, such as Fairy or Jif, will harm the surface of your boat. Alternatively, use Wash N Shine Shampoo or as a short term solution, Speed Finish.
Using an Eradicator Sponge, clean with our Rib and Dinghy Cleaner and then seal with our Rib and Dinghy Sealant.
Use our PVC Restorer to clean. This will also help if there are any surface scratches.
Use our PVC Restorer, which will fill in the surface scratches. If scratching has occurred on the inside of the polycarbonate then scratches cannot be removed.
This can be a very costly expense (a narrow boat can costs £8000), but ising A Glaze will reduce the need for a respray and will prolong the life span of the paintwork, saving nearly £7500!
If your boat has a coat of antifoul, use the Heavy Duty Hull Cleaner neat and leave it on the surface for a prolonged period of time. This should remove the thin layer of antifoul.
Clean using our new Canopy Cleaner, and seal with our new formula Fabric Protector to stop mildew and algae forming.
Try using an Eradicator Sponge from the Nano Kit in the first intance. The Nano Lubricant may aggrigate the stair more. If the stain doesn’t lift using the sponge, use the Marine Preparation or diluted Hull Cleaner. Brush on and hose off after 10 minutes.