DECKadence can be installed in minutes without the complication of adhesives. It grips your deck, hoses off to clean and delivers unparalleled comfort and durability.
We recommend a minimum of three times a year.
It is possible, but may not be as thorough as it would be out of water as it may be difficult to reach the waterline.
We do our best to remove rust and waterline stains when we wax your boat. Most stains can be removed if they have not reached the gel coat. If there are specific areas of concern, please inform us and we will do our best to address them.
Boats that are waxed regularly should not need to be compounded. Compounding is an abrasive process that commonly strips debris as well as previously built-up wax. To check your boat for compounding, run your finger down a fiberglass exterior surface; if there is a moderate to heavy amount of chalk (not to be confused with salt) on your finger, compounding may be required.
To achieve optimal shine you should wait until the temperatures have been consistently in the 50′s for a few days for the hull temperature to be warm enough. When you try to wax a boat in colder temperatures it isn’t going to shine as well as it does in warmer weather. Maximum protection and shine can be achieved by using the products under the conditions that they were designed for.
Yes, we accept all major credit cards.
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