|SRD20’S Pink Soap For Boats Is Powerful, Harbor Safe And Easy-To-Use
|Super-sudsy, biodegradable no-wax soap simply gets the job done.
|Lafayette, LA (June 14, 2023) – Let’s face it, no one wants to mess around with cleaning their boat this time of year. Really, the sun is shining, the fish are biting, the water’s warm and it’s time to dine at your local harborside restaurant. Time to max out your fun, not waste the day scrubbing away.“That’s where SRD20 Pink Soap For Boats (No Wax) comes in handy,” says Stewart Delcambre, founder of SRD20 boat washes and protectants, a new line of boat care products that’s cleaning up on the boating scene and turning heads with its ability outshine the competition over the long haul. “Oftentimes, it’s the little things that make a big difference, and our Pink Boat Soap is the perfect example. It’s everything you’d want in a soap when it comes to getting your vessel spick and span with minimal effort and reasonable cost. It’s powerful, inexpensive and goes on and comes off with as little fuss as possible. We think it’s an absolute game-changer.”
|Indeed, it is. SRD20 Pink Soap For Boats is a highly concentrated, powerful, and biodegradable cutting-edge formula that can be used on almost any boating surface from hull to deck, helm to chairs, and live wells to coolers, fish boxes, engine covers and grab rails. Its pH balanced, gentle on the environment and will not etch, strip, or remove previously applied wax or surface protection. Containing no wax itself, it can be used to clean surfaces that have been covered with just about any manufacturer’s boat wax or protective product.
|“Lesser soaps that aren’t pH balanced tend to be more caustic,” explains Delcambre. “At first glance, they seem to do a nice job of cleaning – but don’t be deceived. The microscopic etching, pin holes and dings they leave behind in your finish is where the next round of dirt, grime, oils, and debris is going to dig in and cling. That means your boat is likely to get dirtier quicker, forcing you to work ever harder to get that clean, fresh, shiny finish you desire. On top of that, you’ll likely need to apply more protective coatings, probably with an extra dose of elbow grease, on the next go-round.”SRD20 Pink Soap for Boats, by comparison, leaves that finish intact, goes easy on the environment, and keeps your boat looking cleaner longer with less effort. It can be applied by hand using a bucket and brush or, better yet, with a hose foam cannon or power wash. The latter options work up an especially rich blanket of foamy soap that gets deep into pockets, crevices and creases that are hard to fully penetrate with hand-washing alone, while maintaining its rich thickness a little longer to extend soak time so the soap can really get under the dirt and lift it out.
|Whether cleansing by hand or power washing, simply mix one to two ounces of SRD20 Pink Soap for Boats in a five-gallon wash pail filled with water. Allow the soap to dissolve completely before topping-off the mixture with pressurized water to create a rich foam and apply to a cool surface. Wash your vessel from top to bottom using a wash mitt, mop, or soft brush to apply SRD20 Pink Boat Soap on the surface with agitation to break up stubborn grime. Immediately rinse with water and wipe dry with a clean, soft microfiber towel.Pink Soap for Boats is a premium, easy to apply, pH neutral hi-foaming boat soap that’s a must-have in any marine line. Already SRD20’s most popular product, it cleans away dirt, oil, grease, bugs, spider droppings and fish slime from fiberglass, steel, chrome, aluminum, glass, and painted surfaces. Highly concentrated, it contains no wax, produces a thick, sudsy foam blanket, is eco-friendly, and can be used in either a foam cannon or bucket.
|“You’ll be amazed with how long that clean will last using SRD20 Pink Soap for Boats,” says Delcambre, “especially if you follow your washing with an application of SRD20 Graphene Ceramic Spray Coating and Protectant, SRD20 Waterless Wash & Wax, and/or SRD20 Vinyl Protectant. All four SRD20 products are made in the USA and are available at Amazon.com and SRD20.com.