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Old 07-22-2002, 09:44 AM
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There are some pretty good tips and hints on cleaning and maintaining your boat on the Baja site...I'm certain most of it is universal. http://www.bajamarine.com/protectionplus/detail.asp

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Laveyman,

The question is, can she back up a trailer and does she have good health insurance? I'm tired of paying $350/month for health insurance...



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We use "SPRAY 9", seems to work much better than simple green.
Don't use it near paint, it takes that off too.
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OK folks, on a serious note, forget the wife, spray nine, etc. what I really use on my vinyl is called BLAST. It's actually a biodegradable floor cleaner. This stuff works wonders on just about anything. The only thing is...you have to know someone that can get it. My neighbor/best friend works at a dealership and this is what they use to clean the floors. He brings this stuff home to me a gallon at a time since they get it in 55 gallon drums. This stuff works wonders on vinyl, spray it on, wait 2 minutes and wipe it off. If you can get it, I reccomend it, just don't spray it on your on your fiberglass unless you plan on waxing it later, it definitely takes the wax off...
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Laveyman,

The question is, can she back up a trailer and does she have good health insurance? I'm tired of paying $350/month for health insurance...



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She can back down on many things, including the ramp! As far as good insurance, she got the friggin best insurance my money can buy! One of the best insurance policies available is what she's got.
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I've been using Maquires cleaner/protectant lately. Seems to work okay. This pledge idea sounds interesting though. Does it leave a slippery surface like armor-all or formula 2000?...
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Old 07-23-2002, 11:42 AM
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Thanks to everyone for all the great ideas. Last night we used the Fantastik, followed by Pledge. It worked GREAT! Our boat had been at the shop for about two and-a-half months, sitting uncovered, so you can imagine the dirt! The interior is nice and bright again!
 
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The best boat cleaner from top to bottom is a wife. Wish I had one....lol
My girlfriend bought a bottle of Orange Clean and used it last weekend. It got the vinyl really white and did a great job on the perelli floor as well. Im not sure how it effects stiching but it smells good, cleans great and the aplicator looks great in a bikini.

Does Pledge have any UV inhibitors in it. Hmm, how do I plant that in her head so she thinks its her idea...

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Old 07-23-2002, 11:55 AM
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Spray 9 kicks a$$
 
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