BLUE WATER HULL POLISH®

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NEW INVENTION, INTRODUCTORY SPECIAL! FOR SALT WATER BOATS - BLUE WATER HULL POLISH® with LSE®

  • Salt Resistant.
  • LSE Rinse Clean Technology.
  • Superior Protection against Salt Damage and Etching.
  • Mirror Finish Shine
  • UV Protection.
  • Easy Application – Wipe On, Wipe Off.
  • DIY Friendly. Buffing is not required.
  • Diamond Hard, Antistatic Finish.
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How to Protect Your Boat Hull from Salt Water Damage

  1. Thoroughly clean your boat hull, above the waterline, and remove any old wax.
    1. If your fiberglass boat hull has water stain, remove it with WATERLINE STAIN REMOVER®. If your Painted Hull has water stain, remove it with ALGEX®.
    2. To clean and strip old wax from Gelcoat and Painted Hull Surfaces, use BOAT CLEAN PLUS® and a MARINE POWER MITT®
    3. Remove oxidation, stains and scuffs from fiberglass Gelcoat, with BOAT SCRUB® and a MARINE POWER MITT®.
    4. If your Gelcoat Boat Hull is badly oxidized or has salt etching in the surface, buff the surface with the EZ BUFF® System until the original shine is restored. Severe salt etching may require wet sanding.
    5. Remove oxidation from painted hulls with KWIK SHINE®.
  2. Apply 1 coat BLUE WATER HULL POLISH® with a damp sponge. When it begins to haze up, wipe away the haze with a terry towel or microfiber cloth. Buffing with a lamb’s wool pad is optional.
  3. After 24 hours, apply a 2nd coat of BLUE WATER HULL POLISH®, as above.
  4. After 48 hours, launch your boat.
  5. MAINTENANCE: After each outing, when you return to your dock or trailer, rinse the hull with fresh water and wipe dry, if possible. Salt can’t stick to BLUE WATER HULL POLISH® and will fall off the hull.

Why is sea water so corrosive to boat hulls?

In a word, SALT!

Comprised primarily of sodium chloride, salt is among the most destructive element on Earth. When in solution with water, it dissociates into its chemical elements; sodium ions and chloride ions. Chloride ions are highly corrosive plus they have deep penetrating power. The corrosion that takes place is in the form of pits. That’s why the destructive etching on gel coat and paint is in the form of spots or pits.

In a perfect world, after each outing into the ocean, you would haul the boat and wash it down with fresh water and a special salt remover chemical and then dry it thoroughly. But, we all know, that this is inconvenient, time consuming and impractical so the best your boat gets is a quick rinse with fresh water when the boat is back at dock or on the trailer. Unfortunately, as soon as the water evaporates, salt spots appear that are abrasive, corrosive and hydroscopic (attracts water moisture to re-activate its corrosive nature); eating away, first through the wax or polish and then etching and eating its way into your gel coat or paint.

So, how can you protect your boat hull against salt water damage?

BLUE WATER HULL POLISH®

BLUE WATER HULL POLISH with LSE®, Rinse Clean Technology, is Hydrophobic, which makes it difficult for water, or salt water, to stick. Hydrophobic means that it hates water, both salt and fresh, and repels it.

Water, because it’s a polar molecule, is tenaciously Adhesive and want’s to stick to everything it comes into contact with; it’s also Cohesive, which causes it to stick to itself to form sheets of water, or drops, puddles, rivers, lakes and oceans. But, water and salt does not stick to BLUE WATER HULL POLISH, because LSE is Hydrophobic. It hates, and repels, salt water!

Now, when your boat is back at dock or on the trailer, all you need to do is give the hull a quick rinse with fresh water and any remaining salt crystals will simply fall off. Even the rinse water will bead up on the surface and fall off, leaving your hull clean, dry and protected, with very little effort on your part.

COVERAGE

16 oz Bottle:   400 sq. ft.        One coat. Two coats required
1 US Gallon:    3,200 sq. ft.     One coat. Two coats required

Why do Salt Water Boats get such a bad rap?

CORROSION!

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Frequently Asked Questions



  • Yes. The best time to start using BLUE WATER HULL POLISH is when your boat is brand new. It will give your boat hull maximum protection and keep your boat looking new much longer. When applying BLUE WATER HULL POLISH to new Gelcoat or Paint; first wash the surface with BOAT CLEAN PLUS to remove contaminants from manufacturing and transportation, rinse well with water and when dry, apply 2 coats of BLUE WATER HULL POLISH.


  • The old boat wax needs to be stripped first so that BLUE WATER HULL POLISH can adhere to and protect your hull, otherwise the BLUE WATER HULL POLISH will wind up protecting your old boat wax residue, which is ablative and will come off leaving your hull unprotected. Old boat wax can easily be stripped from Gelcoat with BOAT SCRUB and from painted surfaces with BOAT CLEAN PLUS or KWIK SHINE if the paint is oxidized.


  • BLUE WATER HULL POLISH can last up to a full year on a new boat in temperate climate. If the boat is older, and especially if it has been compounded or cut polished, or if the boat is used in tropical climate, or is a commercial vessel with constant use, it’s recommended to reapply BLUE WATER HULL POLISH 2 or 3 times per year for maximum UV and salt protection.

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BLUE WATER HULL POLISH®

  • LSE Polymer Protects Against Salt Attachment.
  • Easy to Apply. Wipe On – Wipe Off
  • Easy salt removal. Just rinse clean.
  • Long Lasting UV Protection
  • Diamond Hard, Anti-Static, Mirror Finish Shine
  • For Salt Water Boats. Superior Protection Against Salt Damage.

COVERAGE:
400sq. ft. ONE COAT (16oz Bottle), 3200sq. ft. ONE COAT (1US Gal Jug)

USE ON:
Gelcoat, Paint, ALUMETRON® protected aluminum.

DIRECTIONS
PREPARATION:

NEW FIBERGLASS BOATS: (less than 2 years old) and painted hulls. Wash hull with BOAT CLEAN PLUS® and MARINE POWER MITT®. Rinse and dry.
OLDER FIBERGLASS BOATS: As above, followed by scrubbing with BOAT SCRUB® and Marine Power Mitt®. Rinse and dry.
CHALKY / OXIDIZED GELCOAT: As above followed by restoring shine by buffing with EZ Buff® and EZ Buff Extender®.

APPLICATION:
Apply BLUE WATER HULL POLISH® to a damp sponge and rub into gelcoat or painted surface. Work in manageable sections. When it hazes up wipe away haze to reveal mirror finish. Wipe within 15 minutes of haze forming. After 24 hours, apply 2nd coat. Wait 24 hours before launching boat.

DO NOT FREEZE
SHAKE WELL BEFORE USE
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

CAUTION:
Contains Petroleum Distillates. In case of eye contact flush well with water. If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Call a Poison Control Center or doctor immediately.

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AURORA BLUE WATER HULL POLISH®

    • Catalog No: 11350
    • Individual Unit: 450 ml
    • Shipping Weight: 1.21 lb
    • Case Volume: 12 x 450 ml
    • Case Weight: 14.5 lb (6.58 kg)
    • Case Dimensions: 7.8"L x 10.3"W x 8"H

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