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Old 04-19-2009, 10:32 PM
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Sunlight does work wonders sometimes. It took off orange stains on white seats from new, wet life jackets once.

Jeff-are you using a magic erasor to scrub leverage cleaner on problem spots?
Also, is the leverage polish safe to use on my 'vette?
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Old 04-20-2009, 07:56 AM
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Sunlight does work wonders sometimes. It took off orange stains on white seats from new, wet life jackets once.

Jeff-are you using a magic erasor to scrub leverage cleaner on problem spots?
Also, is the leverage polish safe to use on my 'vette?

I just got done detailing a Baja...it was covered up for a year. Typically I just use the vinyl cleaner with the vinyl scrubber/applicator 3.65 cause it gets the product down deep into the pours..this usually does the job..but on this boat I sprayed the product directly on the seats, used magic erasor and then went over it with the scrubber. After two times it came out great.

As to the polish I use it on cars and my trucks as well. We also make a Groove wax aka Tow rig shine. If you have some scratches or swirl marks this can be used as well. Call me if you have any Q's..Link is below..Thanks Jeff

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Nice job on the cleanup so far.

Got any pics of the rest of the boat?
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Really cleaned up nice. I gotta hit the vinyl on my baja this spring. For some reason the cover I got made last year keeps letting dirt through.. Which means moisture probably gets through but its never damp. also, just using the boat gets it dirty. The magic erasers work great and Ive also used a carpet scrubber that has the plastic bristles on the top of the can to get into the grooves.

But im gonna try the leverage vinyl products once I order some.. including a new bottle of polish. I found that letting it freeze seperates the parts.. lol
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Nice job on the cleanup so far.

Got any pics of the rest of the boat?


Yeah but not worth showing yet. I spent 10 hours just cleaning the cockpit. I still have to do the cuddy, then I will be onto the hull.
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