Apart from the deep cleaning which is required by seat upholstery, regular and routine cleaning would be very helpful to protect your boat seat structures from deterioration. As these structures are often a significant investment it is better to take care of them than having to undergo repairs and in the worst case go into costly replacements. These seats are often built using marine grade materials which means they are better at withstanding harsh marine conditions. Yet, a once or twice a year deep cleaning and regular maintenance would help you keep your boat seats in mint condition, longer.
Cleaning And Maintenance Tips To Follow
The first step is to keep mildew and mold off the marine seats. It is a common misconception that harsh chemicals are required for such cleaning but this is not a good approach to follow as these harsh chemicals could actually end up degrading the upholstery materials. Instead a simple solution of hydrogen peroxide mixed in warm water can be sprayed on. Once allowed to settle for about a minute it can be gently scrubbed and rinsed off. A mixture of soda and soap is also a good all-purpose cleaning solution which can be used in