Removing water spots can reduce the damage done to the fiberglass, seats, and many electrical components of your boat. Wiping away water spots can mitigate many of the annual maintenance required to keep your boat looking good. Salt and other chemicals in the water can damage wax, finish, paint, leather, and many of the different materials found on a boat. This damage can reduce the longevity of these materials forcing boat owners to replace many parts of their ship well before they usually need repair. Many of these cosmetic damages can be extremely costly to fix. If these issues are left unfixed soon, your boat will begin to look worn out, which reduces much of the value of your initial investment. Water damage will cause costly repairs to cosmetic parts of the boat to happen with more regularity as the wear and tear continue to get worse the more water these parts of the ship take on. Furthermore, damage to electrical components can reduce a boat's reliability and leave people stranded out on the water. This issue can turn a fun day on the water with the family into a dangerous scenario. Simple maintenance like keeping your boat dry can be the difference between a safe, fun day on the water and a possibly disastrous day.