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Best Wax & Procedure

Anything related to the operation of your boat. Steering, Bilge Pumps, thru-hulls, bottom paint, etc.
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Re: Best Wax & Procedure

Postby RGrew176 » November 18th, 2018, 3:33 am

denpooch wrote:Source of the post Admiral Grew, the guys on the dock use an 'off the shelf' cleaner called 'Soft Scrub' on the non skid surfaces. Works pretty good, but I don't think it's environmentally friendly.



I have seen people use Softscrub. Yes, it does seem to work fairly well.
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Re: Best Wax & Procedure

Postby Rich W » November 25th, 2018, 12:03 pm

For all non skid areas I swear by Starbrite version of nonskid cleaner. Whitens/brightens nonskid areas. I use alittle to alot of elbow grease with brushes. Looks like new when finished. Very bright. Supposed to add a protective coating (ptef?) and enhance the nonskid effect when it gets wet. Seems to work well as I only need to do the decks twice a season. Won't remove wax from areas around the nonskid as you clean and rinse. I think its biodegradable? Highly recommend.

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