Have you heard of a product called Venom? It’s a remarkable product by Starke Yacht Surface Technologies that easily removes water spots and stains. 

Voted as the best water spot and stain remover on the market, Venom is in a class of boat detailing products considered “new generation” - it literally eats minerals and other contaminants on the paint surface while not harming paint or gel coat finishes! It's a revolutionary product that has the pro detailing industry raving.

Saves You Detailing Time - Venom Spot Remover 

Engineers at Starke Yacht Surface Technologies invented Venom as a high-quality product that saves detail shops and DIYers time cleaning and detailing. Venom Water Spot Remover is made of a proprietary ingredients that “gels” to the boat’s surfaces where it begins to perform it’s contaminant-removal process. 

Venom is great to use before buffing or light polishing. Keep in mind, that before doing any work on exterior substrates, that it is essential to clean the surface of dust and dirt. Conducting a prewash and rinse will ensure dirt particles are removed so that scratches and swirl marks are prevented. 

Venom Spot Remover is even safe to to use on ceramic coated surfaces. Venom is also safe to use on glass, paint and metal. So, not only is Venom spot and stain remover awesome for boats, it is also great for cars, RVs and cycles. 

How to Effectively Use Venom Spot and Stain Remover

Give Your Boat a Good Wash

Make sure that the surface is clean and free from dust, dirt and debris before using the product on your boat (car, cycle, RV). Using the product without cleaning the dust and dirt can scratch the surface of your paint…leaving you with more work. Clean the boat’s surface using a good quality boat cleaning product and microfiber cloths and pads before using Venom Water Spot Remover.

Application of Venom Water Spot Remover

To use the product, put a few drops of the Starke Venom water spot and stain remover on the microfiber cloth and start applying it on the surface of your boat. It is recommended to use cleaning gloves when applying Venom, as the formulation does contain an acid that could irritate skin.

Start out by selecting a small area to apply the product, typically 2 feet by 3 feet, and work your way vertically then horizontally. You can use straight or circular strokes to apply the product. Ensure that the strokes are uniform and cover the entire area on which you are working to achieve a uniform finish over the entire boat surface. Once you finish the process on one section, move to the next section applying Venom Spot Remover and using microfiber-based pads and cloths. 

Best Surface Temps for Venom Spot Remover

The Venom Water Spot Remover is not ideal on very warm boat surfaces. The best time to apply Venom is during morning or evening times or cloudy days to ensure that the boat surface is cool enough and not warm or hot. Applying Venom directly in the sun and on hot surfaces like paint and glass can cause possible etching and a ton of extra work (more on this in the video below at minute 4:08). Therefore, it is essential, because of the acidic nature of Venom, to apply the product on cool/cold surfaces and out of direct sunlight. 

Getting a Shine That Wows - Venom is Amazing

Venom Water Spot and Stain Remover is a premium product by Starke Yacht Surface Technologyes that can be used not only on boats, but on cars, motorcycles and RVs. 

Because of Venom’s high-quality output, many professional boat detailers and DIYers count on Venom Water Spot Removal for fast performance. The product’s unique formula saves detailing time. 

Make sure to follow the steps above and read the instructions on the bottle. As always, if we can help answer your questions about using Venom, reach out to us with a call at 239.851.6030. Watching the video below will also help you accomplish the job like a pro and literally make your boat look brand-spanking new. From paint, metal and glass application, use Venom to remove water spots and stains for an amazing shine.

How To use Venom Water Spot Remover - Step By Step Video

May 14, 2022 — John TenBrink