Sea-Doo Winterizing Tips Using New Line of XPS Products


As the cold weather mornings are in effect for many of us, it is a sign for some to start thinking about winterizing your watercraft. Thankfully, BRP is here to help with their all new lineup of XPS cleaning and maintenance products.

These products are not only great for post-ride cleaning care, but also for winterizing and long-term storage of your watercraft. Sea-Doo would like to give you the below guideline tips for proper storage preparation which consists of the following items.

  1. Clean jet pump
  2. Inspect jet pump
  3. Stabilize the fuel system
  4. Replace engine oil and filter
  5. Flush and drain exhaust system
  6. Internal engine lubrication
  7. Battery care
  8. Hull and body cleaning

Handling these tasks becomes a breeze with XPS products and now with new and improved products to choose from, you are sure to find the right items to keep your watercraft in excellent shape. Read below for the full news release on these brand new XPS products and for detailed winterizing tips, be sure to check out the Sea-Doo Blog.

In addition to the new 2020 Sea-Doo Models, we’ve introduced a whole new line of XPS cleaning products to keep your watercraft looking pristine. XPS products are specially engineered to remove grime and water stains from your Sea-Doo. They take care of marine organisms as well.

With cleaning products designed specifically for your Sea-Doo, you will see superior shine and protection compared to generic products. These easy to use products will keep your Sea-Doo looking brand new and keep a smile on your face!

Take a look at the list of new Products:

  • All Purpose Cleaner & Degreaser
  • Eco-Friendly Hull Cleaner
  • Fabric Waterproofing
  • Multi-Surface & Glass Cleaner
  • Sea-Doo Hull Cleaner
  • Spray Wax with Polymer
  • Vinyl & Plastic UV Protectant
  • Wash & Wax
  • Wax & Sealant Nano-Polymer

 

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Brice Leckrone

Brice Leckrone

Brice is a Mechanical Engineer for 33% of the day and a PWC enthusiast for 100% of the day. When he is not at work or at the farmhouse with his wife and countless animals, he likes to be on the water. Having evolved from motorcycles and race cars that go way too fast for a married man, he now likes to ride watercraft that go way too fast for a married man.

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