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Old 03-03-2002, 11:51 AM
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Read in the new Boat U. S. Mag it's called Quick Craft Plus, They claim to pick up 1.75mph gain. Also stops algae and slime build up.Sound's to good to be true.

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Old 03-03-2002, 12:03 PM
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There is a article in the Jan 2002 F&P boating magazine about this product. They claim that they gained 3mph on a baja and 1 mph on a howard. Check out the article.
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I can't get the Pic to come up? Did you ever get the rest of the Pics of Miami?
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Hey Cat

How have you been? Hope all is well.

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Hey Frank
I will try to resend the pictures, Carol can't find the other disk that had the best shots. Dave p your LUCKY
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Why don't you brush your teeth with this stuff,it sounds like would solve a lot of your problems.

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let me see, mix a little RainX a little WD40 and top it off with some no stick PAM cooking spray.......
 
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Hey Bob,
I almost bought some of that stuff this weekend, but I put it back on the shelf and said to myself " I'll check on OSO and see if some other sucker wasted their money on this stuff first".
Seems too good to be true. Notice on the website that they compare it to boats with bottom paint. It would be worth it if it would just cut down on the scum line.
Has anyone used it?
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Hey, fellas! (Quite the group of misfits in a single thread here.) If this stuff works (there was another one advertised on the page before), I could really use it. my boat seems really prone to the tea-colored stains from the Delaware. Maybe we could split the cost of a bottle to try some sample areas?

(Maybe they have some small free samples? If it's as good as they say, they'd want to give out trail sizes.......
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Darn I am sure interested in how this product works. I am planning to pull the boat out of the water about once a week to keep the bottom clean, I do not want to paint to bottom with traditional paint, and I do not have a lift. But I do live on the water and have a trailer and my own boat ramp so I am hoping it won't be too much of a pain in the but. I hope we get someone to post here with some info about how this product works. Always a bit leery about products that offer things that seem to good to be true, most of the time they are not what they are advertised to be.
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