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Old 04-15-2008, 09:21 PM
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Now that your experienced, you wanna come up and do mine in Pasadena!!!!



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my boat has little water marks, they look like dried water spots everywhere, but they are really hard to get off, and they keep coming back, any advice?
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my boat has little water marks, they look like dried water spots everywhere, but they are really hard to get off, and they keep coming back, any advice?
wet sand again! It's really a lot more simple than what you think it might be... try it out!
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Old 04-15-2008, 10:43 PM
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my boat has little water marks, they look like dried water spots everywhere, but they are really hard to get off, and they keep coming back, any advice?

Spray it with a vinegar water solution and rub.

That or Hot Sauce by Boat Bling works pretty well. http://www.boatbling.net/
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Spray it with a vinegar water solution and rub.

That or Hot Sauce by Boat Bling works pretty well. http://www.boatbling.net/
What he said...You should do that everytime you wipe a boat down...will keep the scale off without F'in up the wax job.
As for that ScotchGard wax...WTF?
#50 Cleaner wax would have took those scuff off with ease....anyway, the whole boat looks even better now.

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Spray it with a vinegar water solution and rub.

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thanks, I will have to try that when I get the boat back from the marina
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What he said...You should do that everytime you wipe a boat down...will keep the scale off without F'in up the wax job.
As for that ScotchGard wax...WTF?
#50 Cleaner wax would have took those scuff off with ease....anyway, the whole boat looks even better now.
#50 didn't do Sh*t.I bought that and serveral other products and the only thing that worked was the 3M Super Duty Rubing Compound. The scotchgaurd wax is actually a really good product that just came out from 3M. If actually has Teflon in the wax so stains clean off easier than conventional wax...Try it out...
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