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    Registered SUPERSTITIOUS's Avatar
    My Boats:
    2006-SUPERBOAT 30-Y2K 525/ITS
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    May 2001
    Danbury, CT
    Usually stitching holds up.. unless its a cotton type

  2. #12
    chuckbeecher Platinum Member
    My Boats:
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    Anywhere from the Laguna Madre to JAX and beyond
    Next year use the little dryers from Boat U.S. and plug them in and when it's time to boat the interior is clean and no mildew and dry.

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    Registered VIP Member Smitty's Avatar
    My Boats:
    2000 Baja 36 Outlaw
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    Apr 2001
    Hawthorn Woods IL
    I use Clorox cleaner with bleach in a spray bottle. It works great with a little rubbing/scrubbing and doesn't hurt the threads.

    After that I treat the vinyl with Meguire's vinyl conditioner because that stuff is not slimy like Armor All.
    Want your ECU tuned right?? Call Mark at Precision

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    Registered D_Casten's Avatar
    My Boats:
    266 Crownline 454mag whippled.
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    Oct 2000
    N41 41.709' - W93 41.916'
    Un-scented Tide is “sodium-percarbonate”. Will clean mildew as well as bleach and not as harsh. It will be a little slower, you don’t need to rub any harder just give it a few more seconds to soak.

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    Registered Bulldog's Avatar
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    79 Larry Smith Scarab 'Kaama'
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    Feb 2001
    Abita Springs, La.



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    Platinum Member Platinum Member CAP071's Avatar
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    Jul 2001
    I guess I'll be going to supermarket today.
    “It doesn't take a hero to order men into battle. It takes a hero to be one of those men who goes into battle.”

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    Registered doright's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1986 Formula 357SR Kaama
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    Mar 2003
    Hattiesburg, Ms
    Biggest preventer of damage to vinyl, stitching, etc. is WATER.

    Hose the living hell out of it when you're through and you're home free.


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