Cleaning products are necessary for maintaining attractive and healthful conditions on a boat. Some boat owners go overboard (pardon the pun) when it comes to cleaning their boats. They seem to spend more time scrubbing and polishing their vessels than actually cruising or fishing in them. While keeping a craft clean is definitely an important aspect of boat ownership, it’s not necessary to spend long, backbreaking hours to keep your boat looking like new. You simply have to equip yourself with the right tools/products and clean your boat regularly and efficiently. While a little bit of “elbow grease” never hurts, the key is to clean your boat “smarter” not “harder.” This means developing an effective cleaning routine, and making this ritual a habit after each trip.
Everyone who owns a boat should be concerned with maintaining their black water tank. Problems with black water tank that can be avoided should be avoided. Black water tank repair is expensive. Common sense dictates that the tank should be kept relatively clean at all times. Additionally, improper use of the black water tank can lead to a buildup of solid wastes, which in itself may cause the system to fail. Therefore, you should sanitize your black water tank after each pump-out.
There are very simple, effective, and inexpensive methods of maintaining your black water tank in a relatively clean condition at all times. Most boaters are not full time boaters; they use their boat about one weekend a month. Many never use public bathing and toilet facilities. In other words, their black water tank is heavily used. Most boaters do not seem to know how to maintain their black water tank. If you have not been maintaining your tank then you may be pleasantly surprised the first time you use Raritan’s extensive range of cleaning products.