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Old 04-08-2005, 07:15 AM
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Just boat the boat and the guy put it away for the winter damp. THe seats are very dirty and have mold spots on them.
I got the mold off but they're still somewhat dirty and I can see the spots from where the mold was.
Need some help on what is the best cleaner out there.
Do I need to put something on the them to mostrize them and the threads?
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Old 04-08-2005, 07:25 AM
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Wesley's white wall tire cleaner

Maquire's vinyl cleaner/conditioner in the blue spray bottle.

Soft scrub

Mr. Clean eraser for specific spots
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Clorox cleaner with bleach and a mild scrub brush works wonders. Make sure you wear expendable old clothing. The bleach is strong but man do the come out pure white.
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I would think you'd have to condition after using bleech becasue it probably dries the stiching out.
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Magic Eraser!
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good info

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...ht=baking+soda
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When I was a kid we would use Pledge as cheap Napalm.
Spray anything with pledge and let it pool.... it's a bomb.
We would light the spray for a nice lemony torch effect.
We were bad kids.

Surprised I made it past high school.

Ok, back to seats.... I'm gonna try the baking soda.
Soft scrub screwed them up last time.
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I tried Soft Scrub with Bleech also and wasn't that happy with the results. Thought there has to be something better out there.
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I'm tellin you guys, don't waste you're time with any of that crap. Go out and pick up some of those magic erasers. They are truly the the best thing since sliced bread. Take off scuffs, whiten dirty seats and with no smelly chems. I keep em on the boat and just dip them in the water and wipe down whatever is dirty.
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THese Magic Erasers will make the seats white again?
Does Wall Mart sell these?

Do you need to beleave in magic for these to work?
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