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Old 10-10-2002, 09:20 PM
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The end is here, boat comes out monday. For 10 years I have been washing the hull with a product called slimmy grimme does a great job, but I now have use of a power washer. Is this to much for the hull?
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Depends on the power washer and the nozle that you have on it. I would not get extreamly close.

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Do not get near any deep chips in the gel. A pressure washer can lift the gel right off if it gets under there.
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