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  1. #31
    Registered Primal Instinct's Avatar
    My Boats:
    99 Cig Top Gun
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    Jun 2001
    Grand Rapids, MI
    I did a google on ring-go and find it for urinial cleaners in what looks like a small bottle and then a different place has it under spa cleaners in a wild cherry thick liquid gallon container. Which is the right stuff or is it the same?

    How much do you sell it for Vyper34? The link at the beginning of this thread didn't work for me...


  2. #32
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    Apr 2001
    Raleigh, NC
    Try a product called Iron Out. It is available at many supermarkets and hardware stores. It's an old fashioned remedy for getting dark stains out of clothes and plumbing fixtures. Just mix the powder with hot water and wipe on, rinse off. It works really well on the yellow/brown hull stains. It does not work as well in the bilge unless a degreaser is used first.

  3. #33
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    1995 Checkmate 253 Convincor
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    May 2002
    1000 Islands

    "The Best and Fastest Hull Cleaner" is Power One!

    Not only the Best and The fastest Power One has No Smell! Try it you will see it out performs all the others.

  4. #34
    Platinum Member Platinum Member Jassman's Avatar
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    Oct 2000
    try the Leverage hull cleaner.. works extremely well with no acid or harsh chemicals. In the long run, the acid in many products works, but long term effects on the fiberglass is detrimental. If the pours are closed and cleaned with the proper product, and then sealed with the Leverage polish.. clean up is a breeze... everytime.

  5. #35
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    Jun 2010
    1000 islands & Fort Myers, FL


    Demos' this weekend in Atlantic City of Power One at the boat. Opa team Adreneline Rush Racing.

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