Please read through our exterior and interior options below!
Level I, II, & III interior options.....
& Level I, II, III, & IV exterior options.......
(Ceramic Coating custom quoted)
Exterior Detailing Options
LEVEL I - WASH & WAX
Typically the gelcoat is in good and shiny condition. We hand wash and dry exposed exterior fiberglass to remove dirt, grime, and dust. Then we hand wax (typically a Carnauba wax with UV inhibitor protection) and buff to a shine with machine or hand wipe using clean microfiber towels. Customers typically order this service for a good cleaning and wax which will make their boat shine and looking good as well as provide protection from water spots and sun exposure. A good wash & wax is considered maintenance for your gel coat like oil changes are for your motor. Level 3 is usually the minimum level required before Ceramic Coatings can be applied unless it is a brand new boat.
Most boats about 3 hours*
LEVEL II - WASH, MACHINE POLISH, AND WAX
Includes all of Level I. PLUS includes a machine polish to bring dull or slightly oxidized gel coat back to shiny. Starts with wash and dry then machine polish followed by wax and buff. This can remove water spots as well depending on how deep they are in the gel coat. Level 3 is the minimum level required before Ceramic Coatings can be applied.
Most boats around 6-10 hours*
LEVEL III - CUT, POLISH, WASH & WAX
Includes all of Level II plus it can remove some scratches that haven’t penetrated through the gelcoat. Also will eliminate heavier oxidation utilizing more aggressive products that have more ‘grit’ in them. We can also polish most metal surfaces (cleats, gas caps, towers, etc) upon request, for a bite extra.
Level 3 is the minimum level required before Ceramic Coatings can be applied.
Most boats take between 10-12 hours*
LEVEL IV - WET SAND, CUT, POLISH, WASH & WAX
This is the maximum level of aggressiveness you can do on a boat’s gelcoat. It will eliminate deeper scratches and blemishes that haven’t completely penetrated the gel coat. The only thing one can do that is more aggressive is repainting/re-gelcoating the boat. Level IV cannot be done on all boats - depends on age, quality and remaining amount of gel coat. Level IV is the most permanent fix for oxidation / restoration. All though Level III can improve things immensely, Level IV is considered even more restorative.
Most boats take between 15-20 hours*
Interior Detailing Options
LEVEL I - SURFACE CLEAN
This includes a wipe down and conditioning (with UV protection) of all upholstery, interior fiberglass, & plastic. We also clean windows, spot clean carpet, and wipe down any exposed fiberglass with a spray wax/cleaner solution.
Most boats about 2-3 hours*
LEVEL II - DEEP CLEAN
Includes all of Level I, plus we remove everything from boat - all life vests and removable items. Clean under seats and all carpet in compartments. We use a steam cleaner / carpet extractor and appropriate chemical for each situation. We aggressively clean & scrub upholstery before we treat it with conditioner. Clean out cup holders and dust and dirt from under and around seats and compartments. Metal polish upon request.
Most boats around 4-6 hours*
LEVEL III - RESCUE, RESTORE CLEAN
Includes all of Level II plus we use appropriate chemicals and processes to clean and treat mold/mildew problems, and/or stains, to effectively eliminate it. Level III will restore a boat to as close to its original quality and cleanliness as possible. Please note this process does not include repair of damage or removal of permanent stains.
Most boats take between 7-10+ hours*
*The above descriptions of our detailing options are given as an example on a 21ft open bow ski boat. Both condition and size of boat are major factors in determining how long detailing will take. If you have a budget in mind or specific goals you want accomplished, please communicate with us and we will do our best to accommodate.
Good Life Boat Company
385-265-BOAT (call or text!)
Eagle Mountain, UT 84005
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