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Old 04-25-2009, 02:17 AM
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Lucky for me the original owner of my boat was almost as anal as I am. My interior was in pretty good shape when I purchased my boat last year. I cleaned the entire interior today including head board with magic eraser and Leverage cleaner. Wow, AMAZING results!!! Put them together and it kicked ass, ink stains that have been there for years, gone with little or no effort. I always used leverage but without the magic eraser, it can't come close to the job when using both. The entire cuddy looks brand new!

Another plug for the magic eraser, my cockpit floor is spotless, I'm talking about black ground in stuff that has been in the boat for a long time, I tried everything before, nothing worked, granted I had to use some major elbow grease and I went through like 6 of those erasers, but it glows now!
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Lucky for me the original owner of my boat was almost as anal as I am. My interior was in pretty good shape when I purchased my boat last year. I cleaned the entire interior today including head board with magic eraser and Leverage cleaner. Wow, AMAZING results!!! Put them together and it kicked ass, ink stains that have been there for years, gone with little or no effort. I always used leverage but without the magic eraser, it can't come close to the job when using both. The entire cuddy looks brand new!

Another plug for the magic eraser, my cockpit floor is spotless, I'm talking about black ground in stuff that has been in the boat for a long time, I tried everything before, nothing worked, granted I had to use some major elbow grease and I went through like 6 of those erasers, but it glows now!

now that it is clean, all you need is just the Leverage..magic eraser is good for the hard to impossible get out stains..Also, use the conditioner to soften vinyl and stitching..this is very important..Thanks for the support. Jeff
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Where do I obtain this combination Magic Eraser and Leverage Cleaner? Sounds geat!
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Where do I obtain this combination Magic Eraser and Leverage Cleaner? Sounds geat!
Magic eraser is made by Mr. Clean and can be bouht at grocery stores, Wal-mart, etc. Leverage? Look at Jassman's signature above your post.
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OK I am game....I am a cleannut and have some ink stain from print through when I tossed a new life jacket still in the plastic bag in my cabin.

Where is the best place to buy Leverage....best prices????
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now that it is clean, all you need is just the Leverage..magic eraser is good for the hard to impossible get out stains..Also, use the conditioner to soften vinyl and stitching..this is very important..Thanks for the support. Jeff
Perhaps Leverage alone after the combo, but I used Leverage all last year by it self, no comparison by itself. I always use the conditioner too, good stuff too!
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Just remember that a magic eraser is an actual abrasive sanding block. Use it minimally on your vinyl, only for the tough spot. It will remove the UV topcoat stabilizers on some vinyls.
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Do you buy Leverage direct or elsewhere?
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here you go mike..Thanks Jeff

http://www.topnotchperformancemarine...oducts-c2.html




also, the conditioner is a UV protectant as well.
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I usually buy the kit, since all I use on my boat is Leverage products anyway, and I buy from Top Notch too.
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