Tips from POLIRO experts on polishing gelcoat and glass on a yacht.

Most yachts and boats have gelcoat cladding, a material known for its strength and durability. Over time, gelcoat can fade and lose its original lustre due to exposure to salt water, sunlight and mechanical damage. In addition, the glass on a yacht is also prone to scratches and dirt, which can impair the view and overall appearance of the vessel. At POLIRO, we offer professional gelcoat and glass polishing services on yachts and boats to help you restore the gelcoat's original lustre and 100% glass clarity.
Gelcoat polishing

Restoring the lustre of gelcoat is a multi-step process involving sanding, polishing and restoration of the protective layer. We start by removing surface imperfections and contaminants using high quality sanding materials. This is followed by a polishing stage that helps to restore the gelcoat to its original glossy lustre.

Once the gelcoat polishing process is complete, we offer additional protection with nanoceramics. This exclusive material forms a clear, high-strength coating. Our formulations have a hardness of 9H, which ensures durability and protection from external influences. It is important to note that this service is available as an optional extra. We will provide more information about it in the next article
Glass polishing on a yacht

Yacht glass is often exposed to wind, salt and water, which can cause scratches, stains and other defects. Our experts use specialised tools and techniques to thoroughly clean and polish the glass to restore its clarity and shine. At the end of the process, we apply a hydrophobic coating that helps protect the glass from further damage and improves its water-repellent properties.

At POLIRO, we pride ourselves on our high-quality gelcoat and yacht glass polishing services. Our team of experts will scrutinise every detail of your vessel to determine the best way to restore and protect it.
  • Condition Assessment:
    Our experts always carry out a thorough assessment of the condition of the surfaces before starting work. This allows us to develop a customised restoration plan tailored to the unique needs of your yacht or boat.
  • Grinding:
    Sanding is the first stage of restoration. We use various abrasives to remove scratches, dirt and other damage that may be on the surface of the gelcoat and glass.
  • Polishing:
    Sanding is followed by the polishing process. Our specialists use professional polishes and tools to restore the shine and gloss of the surfaces.
  • Defence:
    After restoring gloss and clarity, we apply protective coatings to the surfaces. This helps to protect the gelcoat and glass from further damage and improves its resistance to environmental influences.
Gelcoat and glass polishing on a yacht is not just a service, it is an investment in the longevity and beauty of your vessel. At POLIRO, we are committed to providing only the highest standards of quality, while maintaining honesty and transparency in our approach to our work.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you restore and protect your yacht or boat.
Alexander Pirogov, Founder
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