You can use a little dish detergent if you have the hull out of the water, or try biodegradeable boat soap and Starbrite teflon polish (not a wax) which is sold at West Marine.43575 said:I always used a telfon wax that west marine sells. I always been told that wet sanding the boat is faster, but i really do not want to wet sand my new laser
To get some straight science, do a Google search on "no-slip condition".laser98706 said:Laserites,
I saw on the LaserCoach 2000 cd that people wash their hull with detergent, to get a slick racing finish. Does anyone do this? What kind of detergent works best? how effective is this?
Hi all,JacksonAUS said:It might work. I've heard of people coating the bottom of their boats with graphite powder