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bpoli2

Cleaning pontoon or boat seats

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bpoli2    0
bpoli2

This may have been posted before, but what works the best to clean the vinyl seats in a pontoon or boat. Have tried a few products but can't get the winter-mold?? or whatever spots off. Thanks in advance

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tashit    0
tashit

I just used Mr. Clean Magic Eraser yesterday to get a rust spot from an anchor out. I had to scrub it pretty good but it worked. It may be a lot of work if you have a lot of area to cover but it's an option and they're cheap if you just wanted to give it a try.

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wingnutken    0
wingnutken

I use Tilex Mold and Mildew Remover. Spray it on and wipe it off. You can buy it at any grocery store or hardware store.

For water spots on the hull or motor cover etc. use Nautical Ease. Spray it on and rinse it off. I have found that at automotive stores. No scrubbing required on either product. Ken

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chris63    7
chris63

I keep the anchor in a two gallon bucket so the rust stays in the bucket not on the deck of the boat.Hope this helps.c63 Oh yea,doubles as a pee-pee can! grin.gif

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Ralph Wiggum    0
Ralph Wiggum

Quote:

I just used Mr. Clean Magic Eraser yesterday to get a rust spot from an anchor out. I had to scrub it pretty good but it worked. It may be a lot of work if you have a lot of area to cover but it's an option and they're cheap if you just wanted to give it a try.


Those magic erasers are sweet! Took the little mold spots right off our pontoon seats this weekend!!!

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vermilionfox    10
vermilionfox

I have a 22 foot pontoon, and the only cleaner I use is Amazing Roll-Off. It can be used on seats, biminis, fences, pontoons you name it. It's non-acid (for the pontoons) and water activated. I have only been able to find it on-line, but I have a good source that has reasonable shipping and quick service.

E-mail me at the address in my signature, and I'll give you the info about the supplier. I can't post that here.

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mnfishman    0
mnfishman

I use some stuff that is for cleaning fiber glass boats called Bass Boat Saver. It looks a lot like Armor All but it actually is a cleaner/uv protectant. I use it on everything including my truck and van. It has even taken out stains in the carpet in the house. They have a website and they sell it by the gallon.

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