Yesterday P1et was complaining that the 26' Nordic I did didn't have any room for the ladies to lounge about and we can't be having that so I made a few calls this morning and lined up this 23' Malibu that I figured would be more to his liking. The boat and trailer were covered in road tar. I don't know how, but you'll see in the pics. Washed with PB Super Slick n' Suds Tires and wheels cleaned with AG Powermax2 Wheels received PB Wheel Sealant and tires got Blue Dew Tire Dressing Road tar removed with AG Intensive Tar Remover LSP today was Colli 915 Boat Wax Interior Vinyl cleaned with AG Powermax2 and dressed with 303 Total time - 7 hours (its my Bday so I had an easy day) Road tar Bugs All the stuff on the fender that looks like road tar...is! Water spots on dash. Luckily it was fresh water and just wiped off. Seats weren't too bad but a few in the back where people got in looked like this. This is what happens when you go too fast loading your boat! Even more road tar. Removing all the tar was as simple as spraying AG Intensive Tar Remover onto a MF and wipe off. Great product. All done! When I do boats I wax as much of the hull as I can reach. Today that meant going back to the carpeted runners. Even the tower, speaker pods and lighting pods got some Colli. There you go P1et - room to lounge. Room for even more ladies in the back Room for lots of drinks for the ladies The owner is going to put one of these in the garage for me to do tomorrow. Thanks for looking.