Advice for cleaning boat

9/16/14 @ 8:24 PM
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4rbs
4rbs
USER since 5/31/07
I have a 17 foot fiberglass boat, has been in the water all summer on a very dark lake. Looking to get it cleaned up this week. Any Suggestions on a product that might work well.
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10/14/14 @ 4:14 PM
Jzzzzz
Jzzzzz
USER since 1/19/02
hands down! JJV's best!! stuff works like magic its awesome! try it!

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10/14/14 @ 9:21 AM
FSHFNATK
FSHFNATK
MEMBER since 1/8/02
All them so-called proprietary products are nice, and expensive. I've been using Dawn dish soap on fiberglass and aluminum hulls for as long as Dawn has been on the market. Always finish up with a good wax.

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10/4/14 @ 4:08 PM
Tomr
Tomr
MEMBER since 8/24/01
apparently it is proprietary information!

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10/4/14 @ 8:22 AM
trackerrat
trackerrat
USER since 7/12/06
He likes to keep stuff like that private... Tounge Out

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9/30/14 @ 11:26 AM
Tomr
Tomr
MEMBER since 8/24/01
Radioman, Could you please post your suggestions to clean a boat hull so the rest of us can see what to use? Thanks,tr

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9/27/14 @ 5:03 PM
centralwiwalleyeslayer2
centralwiwalleyeslayer2
USER since 2/15/10
jjvs best fiberglass cleaner safe for the environment and cleans well... took 10 years of scum off are alumacraft.

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9/26/14 @ 8:07 PM
4rbs
4rbs
USER since 5/31/07
Thanks Radioman its turned on.

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9/21/14 @ 9:09 PM
Point Muskie Hunter
Point Muskie Hunter
USER since 1/28/13
try starbrite easy on easy off hull cleaner but you may have damaged your gel coat hard to tell only one way to find out.

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9/21/14 @ 3:16 PM
radioman
radioman
MEMBER since 5/19/03
Hi 4rbs. Please set-up a PM and I'll message you a suggestion or two. Unless you already have it taken care of.

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9/17/14 @ 7:02 AM
Fish Hound
Fish Hound
USER since 1/29/02
If you have a fiberglass boat and left it in the water all summer without a barrier coat and bottom paint you've probably damaged your hull. Gel coats are not designed to be in the water that long and will start to "wick" moisture and blister.

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