Start with a good and thorough rinsing of your jet ski with a hose you have laying around in the garden. The dirtiest section of your jet ski is going to be the footwells, with plenty of dirt, slime and goo stuck to that. you’ll be using a powerful scrubber to clean it all away.
If you’re using a presser washer, use caution round the soft spots and decals. If you don’t, you’ll do more harm than good. Once done with your first rinse, give it a couple more once
overs to achieve the desired effect.
Make sure to take the seats off and open all lids and storage units. make sure you drain out plugs and also avoid spraying water on the electrical parts of the craft.
Once you have completed the raise, spray down the jet ski with a mixture of cleaner and water. You can use the cleaning mixture pretty much on everything including the engine. Make sure to apply multiple layers to the footwells.
Note: Only use the cleaner if your jet ski is very dirty. also, avoid the aluminium and oxidised white fiberglass as it can turn yellow.
Now, rinse off the cleaner and get your craft wet again. This time, get a bucket of water, add a few drops of car soap, section off your jet ski into four areas and make sure to wash all the soap off each area before moving on.
It’s also super important to clean the engine, especially if it’s in saltwater all the time.
You can use a damp sponge. First and most obvious, make sure that your engine has cooled down completely! then, rinse it and the bilge carefully with a low-pressure garden hose. You should never use a pressure washer to clean the engine!
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