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Old 06-22-2011, 12:00 PM
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Johnny,
Are you going to move the boat or let it sit all week? It wont be that bad, just a scum line that will wipe right off. Your boat has wax on it. Juan will get it off no problem.
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Old 06-22-2011, 01:20 PM
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Johnny,
Are you going to move the boat or let it sit all week? It wont be that bad, just a scum line that will wipe right off. Your boat has wax on it. Juan will get it off no problem.
he sure will.......remember when we were discussing good guys to do the detailing........I let Grovers do it but made sure Jaun did it himself......he came in on his day off, did the best detailing job I have seen...... the boat never looked so good........
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Old 06-22-2011, 01:39 PM
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It better be for what you paid.
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Old 06-22-2011, 04:37 PM
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also if you are using it everyday nothing will really have a chance to grow
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Old 06-22-2011, 06:19 PM
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dont worry about the bottom gettin dirty, I took it for a ride today ............









I saw u puttin it in the water last sat..
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mine is green after one week
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:49 PM
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I boat in salt water an most of the time im in and out same day. When I do get the chance when I rent a place on the water or stay at relatives the boat could be in for a week or more. I never see any staining on the hull. Sometimes you have a scum line depending on the movement of the water near your boat. I wash it down with a brush and it comes right off. Its funny how much nastier it gets being in fresh water. Maybe it depends on the lake. Hard water or something. Have fun in the salt! nothin better
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:57 PM
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dont worry about the bottom gettin dirty, I took it for a ride today ............









I saw u puttin it in the water last sat..
Just top it off when your done Tom........Lol...... But seriously I would guess you have some local knowledge about the ramps over there......is Tappan usable at low tide and which is a better ramp.......? I don't care if I have to pay I just hate waiting for the tides all day......

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I boat in the warm salt waters of the Caribbean. Left the boat in for a week last month in a very stagnant marina. Hull was pretty grimey but some on/off and pressure wash and back to new.
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Just top it off when your done Tom........Lol...... But seriously I would guess you have some local knowledge about the ramps over there......is Tappan usable at low tide and which is a better ramp.......? I don't care if I have to pay I just hate waiting for the tides all day......


yes, tappen is much better, u have to use the side next to the bulkhead. When u leave the ramp to head out go straight out from the ramp towards p.wash. to deeper water. DO NOT GO TO STARBOARD there is shallow water there...
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