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Marine Metal, Glass & Plastic
A great number of marine windscreens are Plexiglass. There is also a wide range of hard plastic light and signal covers, instrument panels, and many surfaces in living quarters. Top of the Line has several methods of polishing and even, waxing plastic. We incorporate products from both the auto and aircraft industries. Our plastic care products may be applied by hand or by electric polisher.
Marine glass is highly susceptible to salt water spotting. This is actually mineral etching and will not come off with glass cleaners, scraping or even compounds. Top of the Line has a unique glass polish designed just for that purpose.
There are three main types of metal used in the marine industry. Chrome, stainless steel and aluminum are preferred, due to their resistance to moisture and salt. Even with this resistance, these metals must be carefully maintained to insure beauty and longevity. Our selection of metal polishes and polishing tools is designed to perform this tedious task with the least amount of effort.
Last, but not least, if you have a small trailered boat, don't forget to clean and wax the trailer, shampoo the padding, and dress the tires. You don't want a faded trailer with ugly tires, or dirty padding that can scratch the hull.
We cannot emphasize enough, the importance of rinsing-off or wiping-down your boat, EVERY TIME you use it.
Boats have a lot of hard-to-clean areas. From motors, to pontoons, living quarters, and storage areas, they are a real challenge to detail. You can relieve a lot of the pressure if you have the right equipment to do the job.