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    Default Fiberglass cleaners

    I recently purchased a used fiberglass boat. I have found about as many
    different fiberglass cleaners as there are types of lures.

    Can anyone recommend a good biodegradable cleaner that can be used
    at the docks as well as at home. The boat has stains that Simple Green
    will not touch.

    Appreciate any suggestions.

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    I don't know about being biodegradable, but there's a hull cleaner at W. Marine (think I saw it at Wal-Mart too.....probably cheaper at Wal-Mart) that works wonders on taking stains off fiberglass. It's acidic and read the directions, but I've used it quite a bit. It may actually be called Hull Cleaner.

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    It's called Starbtrite Hull Cleaner, and it will remove the toughest of stains. Wal-Mart carries it. Pretty sure it doesn't carry a "green label", but it is the best cleaner I have used. Make sure you read and follow the directions, and wear appropriate safety gear (gloves, long sleeves, and eye protection.

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    You guys beat me to it. I work at west marine, and yes it is called starbrite hull cleaner. Never used it myself, but apparently it gets the job done.

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    Great! thanks for the feedback. I will try it out.

    Thanks again.

    Michael

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