Babe's Spot Solver helps remove those pesky water spots that appear on the gelcoat, glass, and metal surfaces on your boat. A simple, easy way to keep your boat's appearance in tiptop shape.
Babe's Boat Care Spot Solver is specially engineered to remove water spots on your boat. This non-abrasive solution is designed for all gelcoat, glass and chrome surfaces on your boat. Simple and easy to use, just spray a light mist directly on the surface, leave for up to one minute and then wipe it away with a damp microfiber towel. It's as easy as that!
WARNING: Not a Restorative Product
Babe's Spot Solver is designed to remove water spots. Areas that are very oxidized and have serious water spots on gelcoat surfaces may be beyond repair with this technique and require professional service.
Applying Babe's Spot Solver Correctly
We recommend using protective gloves when using Babe's Spot Solver. Spray a light mist directly on the surface that has water spots and requires treatment. Once applied, let it set for up to 1 minute, then wipe off with a damp towel. You can re-apply the Spot Solver to areas that receive significant exposure. For tougher water spots, use a soft polishing pad, such as a magic eraser pad. Once finished, follow up with Babe's Boat Bright Spray Wax Cleaner for the best finished look.
Spot Solver should not be used on surfaces other than specified (gelcoat, glass, and metal).
What are Hard Water Spots?
Hard water spots are a build up of calcium and silicate deposits formed on your boats surface from dissolved minerals in the water. If left on the surface for an extended period these minerals will permeate, attach and potentially etch into the surface making it more difficult to remove.
Why Spot Solver?
Babe's Spot Solver is made of non-abrasive organic acids blended specifically for gelcoat, glass or chrome surfaces. Its easy-to-use process is designed to wet the surface, penetrate and break down the deposits naturally. Because there are no abrasives, the formula does not harm the gelcoat or other hard surfaces.