Boating Tips: Electronics Care
Welcome to Boating Tips with MarineMax! In this week’s episode of Boating Tips, Captain Keith has a great product recommendation that will help you keep your marine electronics free from water spots and fingerprints. Ask your questions, make comments, and learn a thing or two about your favorite outdoor activity.
Preventing glare and keeping your electronics in tip-top shape is much easier than you might think. All it takes is a little bit of elbow grease!
General Electronics CareThe simplest way to keep your electronics clean is to just use a spray bottle of water and a microfibre cloth. You don’t want to soak your electronics, just a light mist or even just a spritz on the cloth itself will suffice. Just make sure that you completely dry the surface when you are finished in order to avoid spotting.
Cleaning and MaintenanceIf you’re looking for something more than just a quick cleaning, we recommend Serious Shine by Shurhold. It contains UV inhibitors, is anti-static and repels water. It can be used on pretty much all of the surfaces on your helm. We recommend using this after you’ve already done a simple cleaning with water and dried everything. Simply give your surfaces a light spritz and then wipe dry with a microfibre towel. ;
For MoreIf you want to learn how to use your electronics better, we have a video for that too! We also offer classes to help you boat better. We’ll see you out there.
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