As exciting as it may sound to own a yacht, maintaining it is not so simple. Giving your yacht a perfect paint finish requires lots of pre-preparations. Yacht painting involves high-quality glossy paints that protect the body from scuffs and scratches. Garcia Boat Detailing, a full-service boat painter, is here to protect your boats from spray storm, UV rays, fading paints, and dull metals by offering fiberglass repair, Gelcoat repair, and bottom painting. We have a professional team at Garcia who not only aims at beautifying your boat but also keeping it well-maintained to increase its longevity. They will conduct an onsite accurate assessment to get to know your boat’s condition and accordingly set up a proper schedule. Whether your yacht is old or new, the considerable amount of time it spends in the waters, it needs to be painted quite regularly to prevent the water blisters and spider cracks from accumulating and resist other marine growth.
Below we have mentioned a few essential things you should know before painting your yacht. Take a look.
- Prepare the surface
Always make sure that the surface you are going to paint is smooth and clean. So, after removing the dirt and dust, you must sand the surface of your yacht. Sanding the surface makes the paint stick to the surface better, but be careful not to destroy the primer coating.
- Get the right tools
Before jumping right into the painting job there are certain factors to take care of; like where will the painting take place, procuring facemasks and safety eye goggles, chemical resistant gloves, and many other essential gears needed for the job. Also, if it’s spray paint, then the right kind of specialized equipment is needed.
So, if you are looking for yacht painting services in the regions of Fort Lauderdale, North Palm Beach, North Miami Beach, Pompano Beach, Palm Beach Shores, and Hallandale, you can give us a call.