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05-18-2019 02:55 PM
Wrktfsh I cleaned up an old resort boat I had using acidic tile cleaner after nothing else worked. CLR would be similar.
05-18-2019 02:25 PM
REW Fishing:



Calcium - Lime - Rust

05-16-2019 07:19 PM
Scott C. Just detailed my glass ski boat. It gets launched in May and pulled in November. Sat since then with scum growth. Nothing worked until I bought some Starbrite hull cleaner (Walmart carries it). Where rubber gloves and thoroughly rinse.
05-16-2019 08:53 AM
Not sure

I think he meant CLR.
05-16-2019 08:31 AM
Originally Posted by Mark Pothen View Post
I'll have to look at this option. LCR works great. wet the boat, spray it on and wipe rinse. It works very well.
What is LCR?
05-16-2019 07:29 AM
Mark Pothen I'll have to look at this option. LCR works great. wet the boat, spray it on and wipe rinse. It works very well.
05-13-2019 12:43 PM
unchained also any recommendations for cleaning the area of the boat that is on the bunks when it's sitting in my driveway? besides getting some scuba gear and getting after it next time its in the water...
05-13-2019 12:35 PM
Originally Posted by REW View Post
If you have any reddish tinge on the boat indicating the presence of iron from the water, use IRON out.
any recommendation for applying Iron Out?

The bottom of my hull is white but has a yellowish tinge to it so I tested a small area with Iron Out and it took the yellow off pretty well but just wondering if there's a technique for a wide area of the boat that you can recommend for application (other than sliding around in a rolling mechanic stool with a bucket of water!)
05-13-2019 11:00 AM
big popi
Originally Posted by tolsen View Post
Hot Sauce Hard Spot Remover - I bought this for the same thing and took it off vary easy with little effort. What I will say is this definitely has a bunch of vinegar in it so I would try and see if just a simple vinegar and water mixture would take it off first before you buy the bottle.

I use the Hot Sauce also, works great. I also use Meguiars Wash & Wax spray and it seems to help keep most of the scum off.
I personally would not use the toilet bowl cleaner as most of them have hydrochloric acid which I cannot believe would be good for paint.
05-13-2019 10:52 AM
Albertan Lots of videos on YouTube showing toilet bowl cleaner outperforming any dedicated marine product for fiberglass.
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