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Premier Marine Detailing
CENTRAL FLORIDA BOAT DETAILING
ABOUT PREMIER MARINE DETAILING

Our Preferred Products

Our Preferred Products

FACT 1

Products used to wash boat hulls and decks often contain toxic ingredients, such as chlorine, phosphates, and ammonia, that are harmful to the environement (i.e.Degreasers dry the natural oils fish need for their gills to take in oxygen.)

 

FACT 2

Premier Marine Detailing ONLY Uses Professional & Environmentally Safe Products.

 

GOAL

For boats that are in the water, use cleaning methods that prevent or contain the release of pollutants to surface waters. 

 

WE ONLY USE TOP-PRODUCTS FOR ALL OF OUR SERVICES. 

This includes—

  • Industrial strength Marnex Marine Boat Soap
  • Marine Spray Nine multi-purpose cleaner and disinfectant
  • Starbrite hull and scum line cleaner 
  • Zep extractor carpet shampoo
  • Steam Cleaning
  • Total Boat 2 step teak wood cleaner and brightener
  • Total Boat teak wood oil
  • Total Boat teak wood sealer
  • Chemical Guys signature glass cleaner (ammonia free)
  • Never-Dull metal polish
  • 3M marine metal restorer and polish
  • 3M engine and tire dressing
  • 3M gelcoat light cutting polish / wax (step 1)
  • 3M gelcoat medium cutting polish/wax (step 2)
  • 3M final polish / wax (step 3)
  • 3M vinyl cleaner & restorer
  • Ceramic Pro.
  • Ceramic Coating

 

ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE

  • When possible, remove the boat from the water and perform cleaning where debris can be captured and properly disposed. 
  • Use fresh water to clean your boat after every use. 
  • Use environmentally friendly cleaning methods and products, including baking soda, vinegar and lemon juice (see below). 
  • Ask your marina or marine store to stock biodegradable spray-type cleaners that do not require rinsing. 
  • To reduce the need for in the water cleaning, use dry slips. 

 

ALTERNATIVES TO TOXIC PRODUCTS

  • Detergent & Soap - Use elbow grease
  • Bleach - Use Hydrogen peroxide instead
  • Scouring Powders - Baking soda or salt
  • Floor Cleaner - One cup white vinegar in 2 gallons water
  • Window Cleaner - One-cup vinegar in 1-quart warm water, rinse and squeegee
  • Varnish Cleaner - Wipe with 1/2 cup vinegar and 1/2 cup water solution
  • Head Cleaner - Put in baking soda and use a brush
  • Shower Cleaner - Wet surface, sprinkle baking soda, rub with scouring cloth 
  • Aluminum Cleaner - 2 tablespoons cream of tartar in 1-quart hot water 
  • Chrome Cleaner / Polish - Apple cider vinegar to clean; baby oil to polish
  • Fiberglass Stain Remover - Baking soda paste
  • Drain Opener - Disassemble and replace; do not use toxic substances
  • Mildew Remover - Paste using equal parts of lemon juice and salt
  • Wood Polish - 3 parts olive oil and 1 part white vinegar; almond or olive oil (interior unvarnished wood only)