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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Dec 2000
    Solomons Island, Md
    Originally posted by TeamSonic42
    SOS Pad & Soft Scrub w/Bleech. Makes it look like brand new !
    Right on. Soft Scrub w/Bleech works good just make sure you wear old clothes with all that bleech splashing around

    Or, wear new clothes and make them old in a second.

  2. #22
    Registered martiniboat's Avatar
    My Boats:
    1978 Martini 25 foot and 30' 1986 Corsa ('old school is cool')
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Brussels, Ont. CAN. Landlocked between Lake Huron, Ontario and Erie
    I've tried all of the above with minimal success. I bought some rubrail material that had been drenched by the sun for more than a couple seasons. (I know, I know, why would I do that? It was the only one that gave the Martini a more modern look and it fit perfectly!)

    I think I may have to actually remove some material to get the yellowing out. Thankfully it's only in a couple of spots. Any suggestions?


  3. #23
    Member #154 Platinum Member Indy's Avatar
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    Missing my PowerPlay
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    Oct 2000
    SW CT & Long Island Sound
    Originally posted by TeamSonic42
    SOS Pad & Soft Scrub w/Bleech. Makes it look like brand new !
    I guess we need to know what's on the rub rail in the first place? Around here you pull up to creosote soaked pilings, and the wave and tide action leaves nice dark brown stains on it. Lacquer Thinner is the only thing that brought my rub rail (the rubber portion of it) back to white. Soft scrub w/ bleach did nothing but make my arm sore.

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