Keeping your boat clean may not make your boat go faster. But it will definitely make it look faster and help preserve its showroom appearance and value. Regular cleaning, polishing and waxing will keep your boat's color from fading and will display your pride of ownership.
Based in the boat-crazy state of Florida, where the sun's intense ultraviolet rays have been chalking and discoloring boats for generations, Star Brite has fought back. This company has been beautifying boats since the 1980s. Bakes Marine carries a full arsenal of Star Brite boat cleaners, waxes and polishes to help you ward off Mother Nature's assaults.
Keeping it Clean
The first thing you want to do is regularly clean your boat. Star Brite is there to help you keep her clean inside and out. Star Brite hull cleaner products let you easily remove dirt and grime while fighting waterline, rust and leaf stains. Use a Star Brite scrub brush to work on those tough spots.
Has your local seagull air force bombed your boat? No worries. Star Brite Spider and Bird Stain Remover will clean up the mess. As the name implies, this product will also work on what an army of spiders can leave behind. Afterward, you can use the company's disinfectant kit to kill bacteria, viruses and other nasty bugs hanging out on non-porous surfaces.
Preservation and Renovation
To preserve your boat's lasting looks, Star Brite offers a variety of marine polishes and waxes. Use Star Brite's teak cleaner for teak rails and other woodwork on your boat. Follow up with an application of teak brightener and teak oil to renew and protect this beautiful tropical hardwood.
Thanks to the watery environment, mildew is a common problem on boats. Banish this stuff with Star Brite's mildew remover. Coffee, cold beverages and other stuff is bound to mar your boat's carpet as you maneuver at speed, so keep some Star Brite carpet cleaner on hand to keep your carpet clean.
You can also tame your bilge water with Star Brite's biodegradable citrus bilge cleaner. It emulsifies grease, transmission fluid, fuel and oil in your boat's bilge.