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Old 04-09-2003, 07:16 PM
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Usually stitching holds up.. unless its a cotton type
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Next year use the little dryers from Boat U.S. and plug them in and when it's time to boat the interior is clean and no mildew and dry.
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I use Clorox cleaner with bleach in a spray bottle. It works great with a little rubbing/scrubbing and doesn't hurt the threads.

After that I treat the vinyl with Meguire's vinyl conditioner because that stuff is not slimy like Armor All.
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Un-scented Tide is “sodium-percarbonate”. Will clean mildew as well as bleach and not as harsh. It will be a little slower, you don’t need to rub any harder just give it a few more seconds to soak.
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I guess I'll be going to supermarket today.
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Biggest preventer of damage to vinyl, stitching, etc. is WATER.

Hose the living hell out of it when you're through and you're home free.

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