When you really use a boat, it’s bound to get a little wear and tear. It’s the mark of use of anything, but boats especially can take a good beating between the water slapping the hull, the hot sun beating down on the deck, and people walking around onboard. Fortunately, most of these dings are simply cosmetic, though others could be significant and create more of an issue down the line. Either way, it’s important to fix these cracks and other issues—and in most cases it’s easy to do so with putties and sealants. From holes and cracks to dents and chips, there’s a fast solution to make your boat as good as new. In some instances, UV rays can dry out some sealants and cause them to crack and break up. Boat sealant remover, followed by another quick coat of boat polymer sealant, will fix it right up. Keeping a boat watertight is obviously important, from the hull to the deck, so a proper marine-ready sealant will keep things shipshape, whether you’re repairing an inflatable boat or an aluminum boat, or even patching the gel goat on a fiberglass speed boat. Patch putties and boat sealants are incredibly versatile and may work on windows, doors, and other areas around the home as well.