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Old 06-15-2007, 09:03 AM
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3M Sharpshooter is the best stuff I have used. If that doesn't take it off nothing may
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I had the same stain (sunbrella) on my plastic rubrail insert. This stain appears to have assorbed into the rubrail insert.
Do you guys think any of these remedies will work? I tried soft scrub = still have the stain.

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Old 06-15-2007, 12:18 PM
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Try the Magic Eraser by Mr. Clean....
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Glad you had success. Makes me smile.

FYI - all you cleaning fanatics, I put a post up for Free Shipping on all Swipes, Speedy, Magic Erasers and such on the OSO Members Discounts/Product Info thread section on our new site www.CleanItSupply.com. I set it to be valid until 8-12-07.

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I had the same stain (sunbrella) on my plastic rubrail insert. This stain appears to have assorbed into the rubrail insert.
Do you guys think any of these remedies will work? I tried soft scrub = still have the stain.

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Use acetone and it will come right off.
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Glad this thread was brought back up.

I have tried acetone, mineral spirits , tilex, magic erasers and more crap than I care to mention. The stain is still there. I have been out in the sun(with the boat) so much that I have turned mexican brown and the darned stain still persists.
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Lacquer thinner cleans all stains and evaps quick recondition with some 303
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