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Old 07-08-2004, 03:08 PM
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Default LOTO boat cleaning espically after Party Cove...

Lets face it,, the old adage,, "Pay to Play" is very true when you go to Party Cove. The water leaves a residue line on my boat every time.. (No wise cracks Nort!)

Has anyone found a good cleaner to remove the water line... Its not so bad on the sides but in back; on the transom with all of hardware it gets a little difficult to scrub. Thats why I am looking for a super cleaner...

Any suggestions..?
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Old 07-08-2004, 03:12 PM
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On & Off Hull cleaner.
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http://www.boatus-store.com/webapp/w...roductId=72467
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I just use an exentable wash mit while the boat is in the water. I do it before I load the boat on trailer. Comes right off. Been doing this after leaving PC for years now.

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Yep, you don't even need soap-so long as you don't let it dry.
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I always have a 25% solution of simplegreen mixed with water in a spray bottle and a bunch of towels.......give everyone a towel when the boat gets pulled and they all help wipe the boat down. She's always clean when put away
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I use a soap bucket and soft scrub brush. On the days I am back from PC I toss some Castrol Super Clean, and the Cigarette Ashes / Oil Mix washes away!!!

Also I have found that if you wax b-4 PC, it will provide that protective coating where the scum wipes clean.

So true.......you have to pay to play!!!
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If it dries then mix ZEP toilet bowl cleaner 75/25 with water. Spray on let sit 5 minutes and wash off. Then rewax
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OH you mean scum line!!
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Hey Troutly I never did hear did the lower unit hold together for you? Hope it did...

Also I heard that you came by CP&R,, what did you think? Scott & Ruben are super guys...
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Try Shell's Nautilus boat cleaner. Bio degradable and it eats scum line and transom soot with ease. You need to rewax after a few cleanings though.
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