Where Can I Find out More About How to Use Products?
Janice Kurtise asked:
Several of our neighbors in the marina have older boats (sail) that look better than the new ones and other than washing them, I never see them working at keeping them up. I found out that they were using your Aurora products.
I would like to try to restore our boat to look like theirs. It’s a 2001 Searay. We wax and clean it every week, but it’s a lot of work and still doesn’t look as good as the other boats that are more than 10 years older. I’m not sure what products I need or how to use them and how much time we will need. We want to do the work over winter so that the boat is ready for the spring. Where Can I Get Directions for Using Your Products and which ones do I need? Do you have products for power boats or only for sail?
For your convenience, I’ve highlighted the hyperlinks. Click on the hyperlink to get more information about the selected product.
Directions for use are published on the Aurora Marine Website on the catalog pages in the yellow column on the left under the heading “Product Information”.
The products that you require will depend on what part of the boat you wish to restore and what challenges you face. You can find out what the products do in the Catalogue section of their Website. Aurora have a very extensive line of specialty products for all boats, power, sail, fiberglass, aluminum, inflatable, etc. You can also find a lot of helpful “How To” information by reading the articles in this forum. You’re not alone in your quest for a beautiful, easy to maintain boat.
Your approach is a good one. If you take the time to properly clean and protect the surfaces of your boat over the Winter or early in the Spring, your boat will look great all summer and you will be able to enjoy boating instead of cleaning, scrubbing and waxing. If you set it up right, periodic washing is all the maintenance you should require.
Thanks for your question,
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