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Old 08-19-2005, 12:10 AM
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Thanks, Tank. I'll give that stuff a try...since the garage full of stuff
I've been using hasn't done the trick. By the way, nice Cig!!
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Thanks, Tank. I'll give that stuff a try...since the garage full of stuff
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Thanks for the compliment. Yea, I was in the same way. I have a crap load of polish stuff but NOTHING would take that lime off. Not even steal wool! This stuff did pretty good. Close enough for Govt. work!
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At least try the toilet bowl cleaner. I use sno-bowl and can't believe how easy it is. Just put it on a rag then dab it on the crud wait a minute and wipe off. It really is that easy!
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At least try the toilet bowl cleaner. I use sno-bowl and can't believe how easy it is. Just put it on a rag then dab it on the crud wait a minute and wipe off. It really is that easy!
I plan on it. I'm going to the store tomorrow.
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Alright, I went to the hardware store and was looking for the toilet bowl cleaner stuff and ran across this other stuff that was "industrial" looking so I picked it up to try and HOLY SH!T this stuff was bad azz!! You could actually see it bubbling where the lime was. Heres some pics of the finished product. I also slapped it on the exhaust tips real quick and heres a few pics of that too. I swear we're talking like 1 minute of work for the tips. I need to go back over them again but after I did the tips the first time then I put this other stuff on the transom that takes the rusty yellow out of the gelcoat called FSR by Davis...That stuff is the BOMB!!
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I got in such a cleaning mood that I even decided to shine the lowers on the 3A's and they came out better than expected as well.
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Looks great Tank.. Next time you get in one of those cleaning moods let me know - I'll bring my boat by for you.
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Looks great Tank.. Next time you get in one of those cleaning moods let me know - I'll bring my boat by for you.
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At least try the toilet bowl cleaner. I use sno-bowl and can't believe how easy it is. Just put it on a rag then dab it on the crud wait a minute and wipe off. It really is that easy!
Hey Tank, Scott was right on the $. Had my wife pick up the SnoBol stuff. Poured it on the prop...the stuff foamed up...I wiped it off with a rag and rinsed with a hose. No scrubbing, etc. Did the same with the exhaust tips. Total cleaning time : less than 15 minutes. It was that simple.

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