From hopeless to spotless
Here is a great example of how important it is to have your boat professionally detailed. John had washed his boat with soap and water and listed it for sale. For three weeks John didn't receive any calls. He reached out to us to see if we could make it look any better. When I told him we could make it look brand new, he was justifiably skeptical; I mean he had just washed it, and it still looked horrible. The first picture shows the boat on the day we received it. We brought it back to him two days later, looking brand new. John couldn't believe how nice it came out. He updated his pictures on craigslist and immediately started receiving calls. He ended up selling it for above asking price within the week. Detailing a boat correctly involves acid washing, multiple step buffing, polishing, waxing, and involved interior detailing work. We've spent years finding the best products and perfecting our methods, and our work shows it.