Summer is over and chances to hit the water are getting slimmer for those of us not living in the warmer climates. Sooner than we like it's going to be time to clean out the boat and get it ready to store for the winter.
With DuPont PTFE, the Premium Boat Polish is as good a wax as you can get for your boat.
To protect that boat during the off-season, a good cleaning and waxing is necessary to keep the gelcoat from accumulating oxidation.
A lot of people make the mistake of applying regular car wax to their boat, but car wax isn't the answer for your treasured water vessel. Good boat waxes are built specifically to fill in the pores of a boat's gelcoat and protect it from the elements. Bass Pro Shops Premium Boat Polish takes it one step further.
With DuPont PTFE, the Premium Boat Polish is as good a wax as you can get for your boat. Basically, PTFE is a Teflon type of chemical that has the lowest co-efficient of friction of any product known in nature or chemistry. In layman's terms, the wax is slicker than all get-up.
What this means to your boat is that you'll have one shiny vessel that will run smoother than ever. With the wax's protection, it'll be harder for your boat to accumulate those nasty little surface scratches that seem to magically appear.
The Premium Boat Polish works on metal, fiberglass or painted surfaces, so I gave the polish to a friend of mine as a "present." He immediately went to work on his aluminum boat with his new bottle of polish, not knowing he was actually doing a product review for me. I couldn't have found a better patsy to try the polish out on. His aluminum boat hadn't been cleaned since his trip to Canada in June and was in dire need of a good washing and waxing.
The polish worked like a charm and his old boat was able to shine like the day he bought it. And except for the brown stained carpet, the boat actually looked like it could catch more fish -- at least that's what I told him, so he'd have to take me to the lake so I could prove it.