with Jeff Paxson
Dec. 9, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $45
Cruisers College knows if you are a fiberglass boat owner, you know that the cost of maintenance and keeping your vessel looking good is not getting any cheaper. Many boat owners would consider doing some of it themselves, as it can be very rewarding and less expensive. Learn from the experts on how to maintain your fiberglass boat. Local expert Jeff Paxson (Marine Detail Specialists) will give you some tricks of the trade! You will learn how to remove tough stains, how to bring back your Gelcoat to a high luster, equipment to use, & products that work. Whether you’re seeking information about how to keep your boat shiny or how to fix these bangs and scrapes to keep vessels looking good and holding their value, you will take away many practical tips.
A sample of topics covered:
- Learn how to remove tough stains
- Learn how to repair fiberglass dings and dents.
- Learn how to bring back your Gelcoat to a high luster
- Learn how to take continual care of your boat’s fiberglass for best results
- Understand materials and equipment for buffing and waxing
Jeff is the owner of Marine Detail Specialists—a full-service marine detailing company in the Pacific Northwest. This company is run by the husband and wife team of Jeff and Anya Paxson. Jeff has been around boats his entire life. He began detailing at the age of 15 and has expanded his knowledge and expertise over the years. He is very passionate about his work and the relationships with his clients. Jeff brings with him the expertise and knowledge to help Boat Show U. participants to understand the secrets of making their boat look great and retain its value.
All seminars are held at the NW Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing & Technology in Anacortes.
Take the R Avenue exit off of Highway 20. Proceed North for about 1 mile. The MTC will be on your right, noted by the stainless steel sculpture of two joggers (across from The Market grocery store). Make the next right on Seafarers Way, then the next right into the parking lot for the MTC. There are restaurants and motels nearby.