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    Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class - - February 4th, 2017 - The most HANDS-ON Class available in the U.S.A.

    Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class - Saturday February 4th, 2017


    We teach this class just once a year. This class alwasy fills up and we have to turn away people.

    If you missed last year's class or the year before then clear your schedule NOW and make your travel plans to attend this class.


    1-day - HANDS ON Training Class: $450.00


    Click here to register online

    Or Call Andre at

    1-800-869-3011 x244



    If you want to learn how to detail your own boat or if you plan to detail for money, this class is a must!

    Learn the ins and outs of boat detailing from world-renowned detailing expert Mike Phillips! The Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class covers all the major aspects of boat care and detailing including

    • Personal safety
    • Proper washing techniques and the order of steps
    • Machine scrubbing molded in non-skid
    • Machine polishing Eisenglass to remove scratches, yellowing and oxidation
    • The four categories of boat condition and how to address each category
    • #1 New and like new
    • #2 Light oxidation
    • #3 Medium oxidation
    • #4 Heavy or severe oxidation
    • How and when to use a one-step cleaner/wax
    • How to use the Porter Cable for new and like new boats
    • How to use the Flex 3401 for light oxidation
    • How to use a rotary buffer to remove medium oxidation
    • How to hand sand and machine sand to remove severe oxidation, staining and deep water spots
    • Wet sanding to remove scuff marks and scratches from gel coat
    • Wet sanding to remove "ghosting" left after removing lettering and graphics
    • Canvas cleaning and protecting
    • Mildew removal & mildew prevention
    • Metal polishing and protection



    And much, much more!

    The Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class will give you the experience and knowledge to detail boats like a professional!



    Boat detailing – where do I start?
    Surely you’ve asked yourself that question, or else you wouldn’t be researching and reading about the best boat detailing classes in the first place. We have an answer for that question, and it’s the Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class.



    Tools? You like tools?
    Our one-day boat detailing class provides an in-depth look at boat detailing inside and out. You'll get thorough instructions on how to properly machine sand a boat, remove sanding marks and oxidation with a high speed rotary polisher, machine-apply a wax using a dual action polisher, and more!

    We'll go over how to use the Flex 3401 for production boat detailing.

    You'll get to use the RUPES BigFoot 21 for creating a show car finish on black gel-coat boats.

    We'll go over machine sanding using the Flex 3401 (that's right we're going to machine sand with the Flex 3401) and the Porter Cable 7424XP Polisher.

    For sanding you'll learn how to use the Mirka Abralon Sanding Discs by machine and by hand. You'll also learn why it's smarter to machine sand heavily oxidized gel-coat boats versus compound with a rotary buffer.



    Limited Class Size
    The class size will be limited to give everyone an opportunity to ask questions and practice the techniques. The class will be held in the fully equipped Autogeek Show Car Garage located at our headquarters in Stuart, Florida.


    These are intense hands-on classes!












    Before

    Water Spot Stains & Oxidation
    Not only is the entire hull filled with holograms from the misuse of a rotary buffer, (the normal practice by most boat detailers), the gel-coat is also oxidized and covered with water spot stains.








    After













    When: February 4th, 2017
    Time: 7:30am 5:00pm Eastern Time


    Where:

    Autogeek's Show Car Garage
    7744 SW Jack James Drive
    Stuart, FL 34997
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    What to bring: Bring a pen and paper to take notes if you like. All chemicals and tools will be provided.

    Dress: Dress is casual, remember you're going to be washing a boat as well as detailing the boat inside and outside. Please DO NOT wear Flip Flops or dress shoes of any kind. Wear work clothes like jeans, t-shirt and tennis shoes, the kind of clothes that you would wear when washing and detailing a boat.


    We cannot emphasis enough that these are very HANDS-ON classes so get a good night's sleep the night before the class and be ready to learn and have fun!



    Note: This will be the only boat detailing class for 2017.
    The timing of this is right after the Stuart Boat Show and well before the boat season starts. This gives you time to take the class and then get your boat ready for summer. If you detail boats for money then attend this class and position yourself to dominate your market.


    Our last boat detailing class filled up fast so mark your calendars and plan your schedules accordingly.

    Click HERE for more information and to sign up



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    Re: Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class - Saturday February 6th, 2016

    Here's a few pictures from our last class....


    Comfortable air conditioned classroom and training garage....








    Learn how to turn your polisher into a machine scrubber...





    You never know who might stop by! John Greviskis from Ship Shape TV!




    Hand sanding tools and techniques









    Machine sanding tools and techniques...



    Learn how to properly use powerful tools of the trade like the rotary buffer and the Flex 3401







    Learn how to prep a gel-coat surface for a gel-coat coating instead of waxes and selaants....






    How to seal vinyl surfaces with a coating...



    How to seal and protect non-skid surfaces






    This boat is ready to go fishing!




    Click HERE for more information and to sign up




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    Re: Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class - Saturday February 6th, 2016

    ***Update***


    Boat Owners
    If you're a do-it-yourselfer and no one touches your boat besides you then you need this class. Why? Because you'll learn exactly what to do and the order to do it so no wasted time, wasted steps or wasted money.

    Most boat owners I meet fall into one of two categories.


    Category 1
    Boat owner hires a boat detailer and regrets it. Severe buyers remorse describes most people that hire someone else to detail their boat. Usually because of such shoddy work and horrible results. The most common comment I hear from boat owners after going through a bad experience with a boat detailer goes like this,

    I could have done a better job myself

    Fact is, after you take my class not only will you do a better job, if you do decide to hire a boat detailer you'll be able to judge and determine who knows what they are doing and who is simply another hack boat detailer. Either way, when you take this class you win. This class will be the best $450.00 you ever spent when it comes to owning your boat.


    Category 2
    Boat owner tries to detail their boat themselves. Nothing wrong with this in fact I'm a do-it-yourselfer. The thing is if you don't now what you're doing - then in a nut shell... you're spinning your wheels. If you don't know what tool to use, what pad to use, which compounds and polishes work and by work I mean do the job right the first time, then you're in for hours and hours of punishment with nothing but mediocre results.

    Detailing a boat is really one of those projects where a little knowledge goes a long way. Plus the knowledge and skill you'll learn in this class will last you a lifetime. If you're a boat owner this class will be the least expensive investment with the highest returns in boat owning pleasure you'll ever make.



    Boat Detailers
    If you plan to detail boats for profit, then this class is a MUST. Here's the deal. Most boat detailers are still using antiquated products, tools and procedures. The results are every boat they detail is filled with HOLOGRAMS.

    Not only is this a disservice to the boat owner but it ACCELERATES future oxidation by leaving the surface of the gel-coat more open due to increasing the total surface area of the hull PLUS leaving the surface scoured with millions of scratches.

    At our boat detailing class I'll teach you the proper way to machine compound, polish and wax boat plus how to educate your customer as to why to choose you over the cheap guys.

    Plus, you'll also learn how to turn down boat owners that won't pay for quality and go after smart boat owners that appreciate and will pay a fair price to have the job done right. Then you'll learn how to go after this segment of the boat owner market and build a profitable customer base instead of chasing after price shoppers that in the long run are always a waste of time. Let the hack boat detailers have the price shoppers.




    Click here to register for this class before it fill up!



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    Re: Marine 31 Boat Detailing Class - - February 4th, 2017 - The most HANDS-ON Class available in the U.S.A.

    ***Reminder***


    We only teach the boat detailing class once a year and the date is usually in February, a few weeks after our local Stuart Boat Show. We're about 3 months out and that's plenty of time to make your travel plans for Stuart, Florida and reserve your space in this class.


    We only offer this class once a year and that date for 2017 is Saturday, February 4th.


    This is the most hands-on boat detailing class in the United States. So if you're serious about learning how to detail boats then get signed up.



    Mike Phillips
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    Director of Training Autogeek & Marine 31
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