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Thread: Exhaust grime

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    Rob VIP Member Strip Poker 388's Avatar
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    Re: Exhaust grime

    What about 409 cleaner???

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    Re: Exhaust grime

    I've found that practically any good cleaning product works well so long as you get right to it. Also, whenever I'm rafted up with someone, I put on a water ski vest and just jump in the water with a light brush or sponge and wipe it down. This keeps the build up under control. Good luck!!


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    Re: Exhaust grime

    409 Citrus Cleaner works Very well.

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    Re: Exhaust grime

    If you have a good coat of wax on it Starbrite Black streak remover works great.

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    Re: Exhaust grime

    I have yet to find anything better than "Fantastik". A spray bottle goes for about 3 bucks. Spray the boat all the way around to pretreat. Then wash with soap and water. I go through a bottle every wash usually.
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    Re: Exhaust grime

    I guess that is why they call it a labor of love. If you want to keep it looking good you have to stay on it.
    That is what I have done, keeping it wiped off before it dries.
    Thanks everyone for your input and safe 4th boating.

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