Yacht sandblasting and yacht soda blasting are the often-forgotten relatives of the pressure wash down and waxing that most yacht owners have come to know very well. However, do not underestimate the need and power of a good bottom sandblasting or yacht soda blasting.
Both sand and soda blasting are used in different contexts, but the outcome is the same: a clean and smooth yacht bottom. The trick is to get your bottom blasted and get a fresh coat of bottom paint on before new bottom paint is applied.
Yacht Sandblasting vs Yacht Soda Blasting
Both the costs and reasons to use sand or soda blasting are different. It is best to discuss your particular needs with a professional at our South Florida Boatyard.
When Is It Time To Schedule Sandblasting or Soda Blasting?
Benefits of Sand and Soda Blasting
Boat bottom paint is subject to the harsh punishment of the sea, which is why boat bottom cleanings are so important. However, after a while, you have to remove your boat bottom paint and add a fresh coat.
Yacht sandblasting and yacht soda blasting are part of the ongoing maintenance that all vessels must undergo.
Removing bottom paint on your yacht is a long and arduous process that is best handled by the pros at Yacht Management. There are safety and environmental concerns and laws that anyone who removes boat bottom paint must fully understand. Which blasting technique to use depends entirely on the condition of your vessel and the ultimate goal of the service; Yacht Management in Fort Lauderdale, Florida can help recommend which is best for your yacht. Contact us today for more information.