• How Far in Advance of Boating Season Should I Get My Boat's Upholstery Cleaned?

    Learn the best timeframe for scheduling specialty cleaning for your boat.

    Sailboat on the Open Water

    Do you have specialty cleaning for your boat scheduled? Although it can be hard to know when it’s the right time, May is not too soon to get your boat’s upholstery cleaned for boating season. Here’s what you need to know about doing it right:

    Why Is Specialty Cleaning for Your Boat Important?

    Cleaning your boat’s interior is as important as cleaning the exterior. All of the sand and dirt that gets dragged into the interior on feet, shoes, clothes, and towels can work its way down into the fibers of the upholstery and break it down and discolor it. Regular cleaning can help prevent this.

    Why is It Not Too Soon to Start?

    A lot of people wait until the upholstery and carpet start to look and smell really bad before they get them cleaned. They’ll spot clean or vacuum, but that’s not enough. In addition to sand and dirt, interior upholstery and carpeting take the brunt of it when it comes to spills from food and beverages. Regular cleaning can make it look and smell like new. You don’t have to wait for that.

    Why is Specialty Cleaning Worth It?

    Many boaters tend to become desensitized to the inside of the boat because they spend so much time on the outside, but it’s important not to neglect it. Your boat is an investment; it’s something you’re proud of and that you, your friends, and family use and enjoy. To make it look its best and to ensure a long life for the interior, regular cleaning is worth it. The good news is it’s easy to schedule, easy to complete, and reasonably priced.

    Don’t forget the inside of your boat when you’re prepping for boating season. Now’s the time to schedule that specialty cleaning for your boat with Whitehall Carpet Cleaners.

    By: Matt Lashway Wednesday, May 13, 2015
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