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Old 04-27-2003, 11:56 AM
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Whats everyone using to clean and protect the seating and vinyl in your boats? Just tring to get an idea what works best! Thanks, Derrick
 
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Old 04-27-2003, 01:07 PM
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easy enough question....but your gonna get a bunch of different replys. I've been using spraypower found in the household cleaners at Wal-Mart.

Others swear by Simple Green
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Old 04-27-2003, 08:35 PM
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I don't like simple green it leaves a haze and dirt and dust stick .. I like Serious Marine Cleaner By Yacht Brite. Spray it heavy and use a soft deck-brush don't let it dry wipe with towel.
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spray nine
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I use Clorox Cleaner with bleach, which comes in a spray bottle. I then spray everything with Meguire's vinyl protectant. The Meguires is great stuff. Keeps everything looking good without the slimy feel of the other stuff on the market.


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After I clean it I use 3M Vinyl Potector. It works great and am very satisfied with it. Apply it a few times through the summer and before I store it in winter!
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Spray Nine hands down for grease and crud. Fantastic works pretty well on seating and vinyl...Simple Green is also pretty good if you are cleaning in the water because it is biodegradable
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Spray Nine followed by a good rinse then protected with 303
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There is nothing better on the market that I have found than Biokleen Vinyl Cleaner. It is guaranteed to work, removes mildew stains and any yellowing that has occurred. Best part is it doesn't have any bleaches or alcohol so your stitching doesn't rot and the vinyl doesn't dryout and crack like a lot of other cleaners. Its a couple of bucks more but its worth it!

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