Do you want your boat to look spectacular? Just giving your vessel a good paint can change its look. While doing so, there are a lot of things to keep in mind as boat painting is an important task. Garcia Boat Detailing is here to wax, paint, and repair your boats. Our men know that even when your boats are new; it requires a fresh coat of paint almost every year due to the harsh marine weather it is exposed to on a daily basis. They will first conduct an assessment to find out the blisters and the spider cracks. Then they create a proper schedule to paint your boat. Whenever the people of Fort Lauderdale, North Palm Beach, Pompano Beach, North Miami Beach, Key Biscayne, and Palm Beach Shores need a complete boat painting service, they trust Garcia.
Below we have mentioned the 2 major tips to remember before painting your boat. Take a look.
- Preparing the boat for the paint
Preparation plays a very crucial part in the final outcome of any project. Similarly, before plunging into the painting job, any damage and dings have to be dealt with. Until and unless all the holes have been filled, the paint won’t hold. Getting the boats cleaned before painting it also helps in the process. Also, the repeated coating of the paint has to be sanded to make sure there were no brush marks that might surface in the final finish.
- Removing the old paint layers
Many times, you need a fresh coat of paint because the older version has started to come off in places. It will be best to remove that entirely before repainting the boat. This makes sure that the fresh coat adheres to the hull. Mechanical sanding has been proven to be an age-old method of removing old marine paint from your vessels.
So, if you need professional help in painting your boat, you can talk to our experts at 954-867-6805.