HULL INSPECTION ADVICE FOR BOAT BUYERS

HULL INSPECTION ADVICE FOR BOAT BUYERS

THOROUGH HULL INSPECTION ADVISED FOR BOAT BUYERS

Whether it’s brand new or previously owned, a boat should undergo a thorough inspection before switching owners. Removing bottom paint with the SodaBlast System can protect potential buyers from thousands of dollars in bottom repairs.

Experienced and beginning boat buyers alike can be fooled by a pretty paint job, but it’s easy to pick out blisters and damage on an unpainted hull. Unless a boat owner or dealer has documentation to prove the integrity of the hull, the only way to know for sure is with a non-destructive inspection method.

SodaBlasting removes old coats of antifoulant and paint quickly by using a stream of air-driven, formulated baking soda under high pressure. The result is a properly prepared surface that is ready for any necessary repairs and re-painting. The entire process can be accomplished in 1/10 the time as traditional techniques, so transactions can close in a timely manner.

BOAT BUYERS BEWARE!


SodaBlasting Boat Hulls Exposes Potential Problems!

Certified SodaBlast Systems Preferred Contractors are located throughout the United States and Europe. Boat owners and buyers can find a contractor in their area by visiting www.sodablastcontractors.com and clicking on the “Preferred Contractors” link.

These certified contractors will bring their mobile equipment directly to the site and install plastic tenting around the boat. Once the Sodablasting is complete, they wrap up the paint and other residue for disposal. This captures environmentally damaging pollutants and keeps neighboring boats free from dust or debris.

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