Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax
Wipe On, Wipe Off. Done.
Our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax is easy to use, cleans away tough stains and can be used on many different surfaces and materials in and around your boat. It’s the best all-around cleaning product you’ll want to keep on your boat to replace all those half-used bottles of cleaning products that failed you and left a ring of rust where they’ve been sitting in the cabinet all these years. Our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax will clean up after them!
How To Use On Different Surfaces
For all uses, simply use a cotton rag or microfiber towel to wipe a small amount of our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax onto the surface to be cleaned and then wipe off with a microfiber towel.
Cleaning Gel Coat and Fiberglass: Use our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax to remove water streaks, stains made by spider and bird droppings and scuff marks made by shoes, power cords and fenders.
Detailer’s Tip: Spider and bird dropping stains that have been there for a long time and have “soaked” into the gel coat can only be removed with rubbing compound and a buffer. Once removed, our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax will easily remove new spider and bird dropping stains and further protect your gel coat so they don’t soak in.
Cleaning and Polishing Stainless Steel: Polish stainless rails to remove rust. Brings a nice shine back to stainless and makes it feel smooth again. Further protects it from salt spray and corrosion.
Cleaning and Polishing Plastic Windows: Lessens the appearance of light scratches and water spots, helps repel dirt and dust, cleans and polishes plastic windows in one step.
Detailer’s Tip: Always wipe plastic windows from side to side, not up and down or in a circular motion.
Cleaning and Polishing Sinks and Faucet Fixtures: Keep sinks and faucet fixtures, both in and outside your boat, clean and protected from salt spray. Our Multi-Purpose Cleaning Wax will help prevent corrosion and make them easier to clean in the future.
Cleaning and Polishing Glass Windows and Shower Doors: Cleans away water spots and soap scum. Water will bead up and run off without further staining glass. Soap residue in showers won’t build up and can be easily wiped away with a rag or squeegee. Click on any one of the pictures below to view a larger image of our “before and after” photos.
Protecting Gel Coat on New Boats: Apply by hand to brand new gel coat to protect it from UV rays and oxidation. For white or light colored boats, apply every 6 to 9 months. For colored gel coat, apply every 3 to 6 months.
Detailer’s Tip: The only proper way to fully remove oxidation is to use rubbing compound with a buffer. This is the process that removes the layer of oxidation to reveal glossy gel coat again. We know because it’s what we do for a living! Most people think it’s the wax that makes the gel glossy. Wax can add a small amount of shine to gel coat for a short period of time, but what really makes it glossy again is the removal of oxidation. We see so many people try to use wax products by hand to remove oxidation and it can’t be done successfully. Most of the time, you’ll end up with splotchy results. Read our detailing articles for more tips on getting a perfect gel coat shine again.