You know how to clean the interior of your car. You have no
problems cleaning a kitchen or a living room. So why is it so tricky to find
the best ways to clean your boat interior without doing more harm than good?
Ultimately, cleaning your boat interior (without pulling your hair out in the
process) is about two steps:
- Selecting the right boat interior cleaning products.
- Employing the right methods
Sound simple? It is, with the right know-how. Here’s a
simple boat interior cleaning guide.
Step 1: Select the
Right Boat Interior Cleaning Products
Soap and water might be enough to wash your hands, but when
it comes to the myriad surfaces in your boat’s interior, you’re going to need a
little more than that.
- Bilge Cleaner should
be non-foaming and biodegradable. An advantage to BoatLIFE’s Bilge Cleaner is
that it cleans carpets, upholstery, fabrics, and even concrete, giving you
plenty of versatility for the buck.
cleans and protects the vinyl in your
boat so that it’s resistant to scuffing as well as sun damage. You can use this
on vinyl furniture, upholstery, fenders, bumpers, and even rubber products.
- Stainless Steel
Cleaner should do its job as advertised while leaving no streaks. You’d be
surprised at just how little stainless steel will resemble its “brand new”
state if it’s marked with streaks.
- Live Well
and Bait Well Cleaner cleans and
deodorizes so that your boat—even if it’s a fishing boat—doesn’t constantly
smell like bait.
- Mildew Remover will
come in handy when you notice unpleasant odors even when your boat is out of
These five boat interior cleaning products alone will give
you the cleaning ammunition you need to handle most interior boating problems
while nipping future problems in the bud. But it isn’t only about selecting the
right boat interior cleaning products—you also need a system for deploying
Step 2: Learn How to Use
Your Boat Interior Cleaning Products
There are two important keys here: first, you’ll want to
make sure that you always match the proper cleaner to the proper surface. Our
Bilge Cleaner can be used to clean carpets. Spraying your carpets down with
Mildew Remover in the hope of deodorizing them, however, won’t yield the same
The second key is keeping your boat interior cleaning products
on hand for spot-cleaning as necessary. It’s important to have a regular
cleaning routine, true. But it’s equally important to address problems as soon
as you notice them. Not only will this prevent the problem from getting out of
hand and becoming a major chore, but it will keep your boat interior as
fresh-smelling as ever.
Don’t be afraid to try a number of solutions for your boat
interior cleaning. The right boat interior cleaning
products will make your life a lot easier if you let them. Shop today!