The Best (and Easiest) Way to Remove Water Spots on your Boat

removing water spots on a boat

If you're tired of those stubborn water spots tarnishing the sparkling beauty of your boat, worry no more! Discover a secret weapon that will make your boat shine like new. Get ready to say goodbye to water spots, and say hello to a gleaming hull with the help of Bling Sauce's incredible product, aptly named Hot Sauce.

In this comprehensive guide, we'll walk you through the process of effortlessly removing those pesky water spots, while keeping things fun and relaxed. Let's dive in and make your boat the envy of the marina!

What is Hot Sauce?

Hot Sauce is a revolutionary boat detailing product that has taken the boating community by storm. This formula is specifically designed to remove water spots, mineral deposits, and other unsightly blemishes from your boat's surface without damaging wax while leaving a streak-free shine. With its unique blend of cleaning agents and polymer sealants, Hot Sauce effectively tackles even the toughest water spots, while remaining safe for your boat's finish.

Materials You'll Need:

  • Hot Sauce by Bling Sauce
  • Microfiber cleaning cloths
  • Quickie Sauce boat wax (optional, for added shine and protection)

Step-by-Step Guide:

Step 1: Preparation

Before diving into the process, make sure your boat is parked in a shaded area and the surface is cool to the touch. This will prevent the product from drying too quickly and ensure maximum effectiveness. Hot Sauce is ideal for smooth, glossy surfaces such as fiberglass gelcoat, painted aluminum, plastic chrome and glass.

Step 2: Product Strength

Hot Sauce was developed to fill the gap between detail sprays and harsh spot removers. The formula is safe for daily use, carefully balancing its ability to remove water spots without stripping wax while leaving a glossy shine. Due to this balance, Hot Sauce can remove most water spots up to a few weeks old but may not be powerful enough to remove water spots that have been present for more than a few weeks. If water spots have been present for longer periods or there is heavy mineral buildup, you may need to consider harsher acid-based chemicals or abrasive polishes to restore the surface.

Step 3: Application

Spray Hot Sauce onto a 3-4 foot section and wipe the surface clean, rotating the towel as needed to absorb excess liquid. Hot Sauce may be applied to wet or dry surfaces. On wet boats just out of service, have a few clean towels available and replace as they become saturated to ensure a streak-free shine.

Step 4: Optional Waxing

For an added layer of protection and a brilliant shine, consider applying a high-quality boat wax, like Quickie Sauce, after using Hot Sauce. Follow the instructions provided by the wax manufacturer for the best results.

Boat Maintenance Tips:

To keep your boat looking its best, follow these simple maintenance tips:

  • Apply a coat of boat wax periodically to maintain a glossy finish and protect against water spots.
  • Wipe down your boat’s exterior surfaces with Hot Sauce after every use to maintain a glossy, streak-free shine.


Congratulations! You've discovered the best and easiest way to remove water spots from your boat. Thanks to the incredible power of Hot Sauce by Bling Sauce, you can effortlessly maintain your boat's natural beauty and make it the envy of every boater on the water. Follow this guide, have fun with the process, and enjoy the outstanding results. Happy boating!