Boat detailing Tips and a tour with Darren
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Boat detailing and cleaning is only one of the many diverse areas of professional detailing that Darren does on a regular basis. Take a tour and learn a few helpful tips when it comes to cleaning and detailing boats. Darren also takes a moment to add some additional professional mobile detailing tips. http://www.expert-mobile-car-detailing.com/boat-detailing-of-orange-county.html
I am a detailer Love's detailing paint correction paint touch-up Joker touch up much more than upholstery work but I am also a UPHOLSTERER my dad taught me he's been doing it for over 40 years and fleece back vinyl has no elasticity and just think about what some of the cheaper fleece like blankets look like the fleece in the back of the vinyl kind of looks like the cheap blankets and a cross between cheap ozite Carpet vinyl gets wet and the fleece back holds the moisture in it's the worst vinyl to be put on a boat .
But they do that because they spend so much money on the books they say that's the only place they can cut the cost and customers not notice have vinyl made by mellow hide other brands let even some of the most top-notch brands of vinyl they have to be Marine vinyl or I won't put it on a boat seat because I have a conscience All Sport is what I put on jet skis and if the customer will pay for it I will put it
on the boat as well but all vinyl or any kind even if it has the new leather and vinyl coating on it made by these coating companies needs to be kept out of the weather but when you tarp it please use a breathable tarp or
That protects the upholstery vinyl plastic carpet from the rain but let's the boat interior that is under the tarp breathe or you will have a fungus form and you will have a boat with the upholstery runt and probably the carpet as well and there are many party barges out there when you can buy for 5 or 6 grand and I wouldn't reupholster a party barge for under 5 grand and I still don't make very good money doing it .
Did not mean to hijack the comments on your YouTube video but I was very happy to see a professional in the detail world that noticed what crappy vinyl is put on boats you could spend $300,000 on a boat and still have the same crap vinyl .I spoke with a manufacturer and he said that that's the only way they can cut the cost without anyone catching on and I said people catch on when the stuff goes to crap in about a year
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It really depends on how oxidized they are, are you going to do it by hand or machine?
Likely you will attempt by hand and therefore would try the Meguiar's cleaner wax from the link I included: Meguiar's Mirror Glaze #50 cleaner wax.
But without knowing more info, that is the best I can offer.