markanddawn wrote:You certainly don't mind hard graft do you! Looks fantastic, do you travel to do others?
How long do you expect the shine to stay before it re-oxidises?
jokaboat wrote:Now that's a proper shine
You could certainly earn some money with results like that. You would need to be mobile though.
Staffwriter1 wrote:Just to let you know that not only has this thread has been chosen for publication in the next issue, but I've used it as a shining example of a good thread consering the usual good advice is laden with videos and pics.
Thanks guys, October issue out 15th September
Warpa wrote:Im based in southampton maybe i should think about travelling a bit, or at least the southampton area. Only trouble i would have is being restricted to how the weather is, but thats the same for mobile car detailers. maybe we could work something out, feel free to pm me.
salamis wrote:Warpa wrote:Im based in southampton maybe i should think about travelling a bit, or at least the southampton area. Only trouble i would have is being restricted to how the weather is, but thats the same for mobile car detailers. maybe we could work something out, feel free to pm me.
It's got to be better than the guy I paid £220 to for valeting my boat and it was still dirty when I went down after. Plus there was a dirty black foot print on the back seat he left when climbing out of the boat.
I'm having a new bilge pump fitted this week and if this guy is as good as his communication it should be a great job. He has rang me twice with updates and backed up the calls with emails.
This is the down side of taking the boat to Southampton as work commitments make it difficult to have time off plus it’s just a bit to far away to pop down in an afternoon to do these jobs myself. So there must be an opportunity if your pictures are anything to go by Warpa.
jamie1131 wrote:Fancy coming over to the island and doing my boat, motorbike, moped and the Jeep? The only one out of all my vehicles that gets washed is the boat after every trip (well I do rinse the jeep after it's been in the sea to launch the boat)!
I'm curious, how do you handle the bits that sit on rollers/bunks? I need to do some gelcoat repair but it's right under one of the rollers!!
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