Wiping Down Boats

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Wiping Down Boats

by k2muskie » Tue Sep 10, 2013 4:58 am

After every trip we always take the time to wipe down our boat. Use to use just plain lake water but thanks to Mr. Dubob now use a spray bottle with a cup of white vingear and bottle filled with water. Works really great removing the hard water stains after a long day on the water. ;) ;)
We never get skunked...its the fish that get skunked they just keep missing our lures....
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Re: Wiping Down Boats

by bwhntr » Tue Sep 10, 2013 6:24 am

I use Hot Sauce. It is great for removing water marks and whatever. It is supposed to be good for not removing the wax on the boat. To be honest, it smells like vinegar, at $20 a bottle, I might be better off making my own vinegar solution.
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Re: Wiping Down Boats

by k2muskie » Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:44 am

bwhntr wrote:I might be better off making my own vinegar solution.


bwhntr it works great removes the hard water spots...of course at least 2 times a month I'll wax with Meguiar's Marine RV Quik Wax Clean and Protect - 16 oz. ...like keeping the boat as nice looking as we can...after every trip it gets a wiped down.

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Re: Wiping Down Boats

by bwhntr » Tue Sep 10, 2013 11:20 am

I do the same. I wipe down after every trip, then a quick wax once a month or so. I might start making my own vinegar solution. Good call.
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Re: Wiping Down Boats

by DallanC » Wed Sep 11, 2013 10:11 am

We use vinegar all the time for all kinds of uses. Put in a couple cap fulls in the chicken's water feeder and it keeps algae from growing. Good cleaner too as stated.

My boat is covered in a protective layer of oxidation... seems to work fine. :rofl:


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Re: Wiping Down Boats

by bwhntr » Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:17 pm

Lol...I just paid a month ago to have my boat cut and buffed...it's pretty shiny, so I try to keep it that way.
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