I’ve had my Colorado inflatable pontoon now for a couple of years and am by nature a little bit lazy. I just bring it home after day out and tend to neglect washing it. What that means is I have a trickier cleaning job to do when I finally get around to giving it a scrub down.
In the first 12 months I used plenty of different methods and products, including the well-known warm water with soap way. Warm water and soap only tends to go so far, especially if like me you’re not cleaning down your inflatable after each trip out.
Handy Hint: At the very least, you should be cleaning your inflatable boat before you store it away for the winter. Here’s my guide to storing inflatable pontoon boats.
Best Inflatable Boat Cleaner Review
The best product I have found by far is called Star Brite. It’s a 2 in 1 inflatable boat cleaner and protectant which means I don’t have to buy separate 303. You can read the Star Brite Amazon reviews to see how well it rates.
Using it is simple, and lower down this page you can read up on how to clean an inflatable boat using Star Brite.