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Old 07-07-2002, 03:07 PM
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Chart...It's Marine Spray Nine, Multi-Purpose Cleaner. It also destroys bacteria and mildew. It has a dolphin next to the logo.
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Old 07-08-2002, 01:19 PM
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Results of my non-scientific test:

Viniger and baking soda -- I'm sure it's good for something, but not removing leaf stains. Cost around $0 at any grocery store.

FSR -- worked the best of the three, and pretty simple to use. Cost around $10 at West Marine.

Spray Nine Patio Furniture Cleaner -- Came in the middle of the pack. Left some stains that FSR removed. Cost around $5 at Ace Hardware.

Please Note: I did not try Spray Nine marine cleaner, because my local hardware store did not have it, and did not try Y-10 or Krazy Kleen because I'd already bought the others and the grant from the National Science Foundation is yet to arrive. If someday I try them, You'll hear it first here.
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