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Old 07-22-2002, 12:13 AM
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What's a good cleaner to use on vinyl interior? Also, does anyone know of anything that will remove oxidation from gel coat and trailer?
 
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Old 07-22-2002, 12:21 AM
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For interior vinyl I use Spray Power by Crown. Wal-Mart sells it for about $1.76 for a 32 oz bottle. http://www.spraypower.com

For gel coat oxidation.....a heluva lot of hard work
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Old 07-22-2002, 12:28 AM
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thanks, Playn. Appreciate the info.
 
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Old 07-22-2002, 12:51 AM
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I clean the whole boat from seats to bilge with Simple Green. One bottle on the boat for everything is nice.
 
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Simple Green on everything, huh? Works well?
 
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As well as anything else I have tried. Cuts the sap from my maple tree with one squirt and hasnt hurt my vinyl, carpet, etc. If you overnight in Marinas with laundry machines, it works on your cloths as well. And no, I have no financial interest in the company
 
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The best boat cleaner from top to bottom is a wife. Wish I had one....lol
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The best boat cleaner from top to bottom is a wife. Wish I had one....lol
You can have my ex!!! Just take over the payments, nothing down!
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simple green is kinda hard on stitching, though, I only use it when Pledge (yes, the furniture polish) doesn't work, the pledge is easy on the vinyl and stitching , and it really leaves a nice finish on the upholstery.

Go ahead, laugh at me, but it works
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Fantastic for cleaning and pledge for the finishing touch. Works great and you don't have to spend ten bucks a bottle for the same repackaged chemical. DON't use 409!! This info came straight from the vinyl manafacture!

I am a huge fan of Quick Clean Marine from Maguiers works great on any fiberglass surface taking off things like bird droppings etc. Found out yesterday the stuff they call quick detail for cars is the same chemical at half the price!
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