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Old 08-05-2002, 10:45 AM
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Old 05-11-2004, 07:07 AM
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Wesleys Bleachwhite Tire Cleaner is MAGIC !!!

Great for stainless, non-skid decks, engine compartment, gas grills, et al.

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I found Simple Green gets most everything off. However, I have one really small blue spot on the sun deck that won't come off. It looks like ink. We keep some Simple Green and a rag right on the boat and every time we went out, I worked on that thing to no avail. I've become quite obsessive about the blue dot. So far, it's winning the battle of wits. LOL If I ever find the schmuck that put it there, it will definately warrant 40 lashes with a wet noodle. It's right near the head rest so it's not near any stitching.

This Clorox cleaner works well?? Maybe I'll try it, but haven't tried anything with bleach for obvious reasons.

You guys sure it won't hurt anything??
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I knew women would have the answer to that.
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Old 05-11-2004, 08:43 AM
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Get ahold of Allan4. He sells 303 and it works like a dream!
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I found the best thing to do to keep my white interior clean after struggling after every step and spill was to recover them Grey
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This is what the 303 products (OLCG, spoke about above) did for my one year old white interior.
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I have a Velocity 280 and called the upholstery manufacturer they used before going in-house and they said to use Original Fantastic. Not the new or improved. I tried it, and it works fine for me. They also recommend 303 protector after, and it does work well too. Just be sure to wipe it off with clean cloth and there well be no slippery residue left.
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I sometimes use the hand cleaner wipes you can buy at a Auto Parts store or wal-mart!!

303 is a good product to keep it looking new!!
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409 or Fantastic works good. Using bleach or anything heavy duty will take a toll on the stiching.

Also, use leather cleaner for leather if applicable inside.
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