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What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? #12379503
08/09/17 10:18 PM
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Worried about using to harsh of a chemical and damaging the surface


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12379569
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Dang......I got some in my boat but I can't think of the name. I can tell you it's used in bathroom to clean tubs etc. A fella here recommended it for stains on the SAFE FLOOR material applied to the FRG deck (rubber stuff)

Found it........Scrubbing Bubbles....mine is a foam.......at Walmart

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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380119
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Good deal , I'll be trying that this weekend


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380169
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I just use a pressure washer hooked to my hot water heater. No chemical and no scrubbing necessary.

Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380224
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I have some rust spots on the fiberglass from leaving metal lying in the bottom of the boat that a pressure washer will not remove.

Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380295
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I have the exact same problem^^^


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380297
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I wonder if CLR will work?


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12380309
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Comet and a scrub brush is hard to beat.


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Txmedic033] #12381887
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oxalic acid

Found in The Works (Dollar/Dollar General stores, etc), Bar keepers Friend, etc. TW, apply, let sit and wet brush off, simple dishwasher detergent solution helps remove any residue, rinse. BKF....... make a real sloppy paste, apply, keep wet, brush after a 5-10 minutes, rinse. Soft water whenever possible.

We buy Oxalic dry bulk 25 lbs at a time for cleaning boats & other recreational things, & our guys make our own proprietary solution.

$1 a bottle The Works for one boat is probably your best bet.

Originally Posted By: Txmedic033
I have some rust spots on the fiberglass from leaving metal lying in the bottom of the boat that a pressure washer will not remove.

Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12386995
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I had excellent results with Mr Clean majic eraser sponges.

Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: TOO] #12387046
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Originally Posted By: TOO
oxalic acid

Found in The Works (Dollar/Dollar General stores, etc), Bar keepers Friend, etc. TW, apply, let sit and wet brush off, simple dishwasher detergent solution helps remove any residue, rinse. BKF....... make a real sloppy paste, apply, keep wet, brush after a 5-10 minutes, rinse. Soft water whenever possible.

We buy Oxalic dry bulk 25 lbs at a time for cleaning boats & other recreational things, & our guys make our own proprietary solution.

$1 a bottle The Works for one boat is probably your best bet.

Originally Posted By: Txmedic033
I have some rust spots on the fiberglass from leaving metal lying in the bottom of the boat that a pressure washer will not remove.


This is commonly known as "Hull Cleaner".....I* see a lot of boats with that nasty yellowish stain on the side of their boats. Spray hull cleaner, let sit a minute, and rinse. Wear gloves and safety goggles bc it is acid. Will not hurt the finish. If you have a regular FG deck...try it there also. For stuff like Safe Flooring.....a Tech at Safe Floor said they use Scrubbing Bubbles like I said earlier. HULL CLEANER at Wallyworld was about $10/$11 a qt.


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12392689
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Softscrub with bleach and a scrub brush does an excellent job!


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Re: What do y'all use to remove stains from non slip boat surfaces ? [Re: Rockportreds] #12405859
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I keep a box of brushes, Dawn dish soap, softscrub, bar-keepers friend, and magic erasers fully stocked. Dawn takes care of the daily stuff, gets the majority of the day's grime. For left over spots/stains ill use softscrub for medium stuff, bar keepers for the really tough stuff. Wet the spot down, scrub in and let sit for a few minutes, scrub again and then rinse. If you still can't get it out, scrub the bar keepers in with the magic eraser. This will get the white off rice.

Bar keepers with Magic Eraser also works well for rust. Even rust spots on stainless steel props, filet knives, etc. Will not hurt the finish.

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