As all boat owners know, owning a boat means owning responsibilities. Teak cleaning, bottom painting, washing, waxing, maintenance. You have to learn to love these activities if you’re a boat owner.
And somehow it’s much more satisfying to clean a boat than it is to clean, say, the living room! I’m not sure why that is.
Either you learn to embrace the cleaning, or you pay someone else to do it all for you.
One of the biggest maintenance tasks boat-owners constantly deal with is cleaning their boat seats. If you’ve got an enclosed cabin, then your seats will probably stay pretty clean. But any exposed vinyl on a flying bridge or open cockpit will deteriorate and get nasty.
In this article, we’ll look at how to clean boat seats, and how to maintain clean marine vinyl seats.