Cleaning the boat

Maintaining the appearance of painted marine craft is an essential task, yet it comes with challenges. One particular concern is the risk of marring – subtle surface imperfections caused by the movement of dirt particles and contamination across the surface during washing. 

With a 2-bucket wash method, the risk of marring is minimised. The process involves using one bucket for washing and another for rinsing, thus isolating dirt and contaminants from the washing process. This method significantly reduces the chance of dirt particles transferring back onto the surface, where they could cause damage.

How to use

  • Pouring G3 Pro Shampoo into bucket

    Step 1: Two buckets

    Prepare two buckets: Bucket 1 - Add 20ml G3 Pro Shampoo to a 10L bucket of lukewarm water for washing. Bucket 2 - Clean lukewarm water for rinsing.
  • Cleaning the boat

    Step 2: Wash

    Wash the surfaces in sections with a soaked brush/wash mitt. Clean the brush/wash mitt in the rinse bucket (the one without shampoo) between washes to remove dirt.
  • Cleaning the boat

    Step 3: Repeat

    Place the clean brush/wash mitt back into the shampoo solution and clean the rest of the vessel, rinsing the brush/wash mitt between uses.
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    Step 4: Rinse

    Rinse off soapy residue and dry.

Products Used in This Solution

  • G3 PRO SHAMPOO - Photo of 500 ml size SKU on a White Background

    G3 Pro Shampoo's highly concentrated formula delivers high foaming action - softening and lifting dirt to prevent surface damage whilst leaving a high gloss shine.

  • G PLUS FINISHING CLOTH - 1 Unfolded Yellow Cloths on a White Background

    G Plus Finishing Cloths are ideal for quick cleaning and drying jobs. Its microfibre technology grips dust and small dirt particles, and the cloth’s edgeless finish prevents damaging and scratches. 

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