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Old 03-29-2010
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Please read the Special Interest Full Disclosure post in the Boat Buying forum and add something to your profile signature to reflect your relationship with Spotless Stainless.

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Originally Posted by albe1066 View Post
Hi,

Spotless Stainless is not a polish and will not harm Stainless Steel. It removes rust and free iron that causes rust and enables a rich chromium oxide layer that protects Stainless Steel. There are posts on Sailnet (and other forums) from boat owners who have used Spotless Stainless with great results. Spotless Stainless was launched late 2009 after working for a few years with different methods to remove rust and protect Stainless Steel on our sailboats. You can find us at Home - Spotless Stainless Removes Rust, Protects Stainless Steel.

No rubbing, No Scrubbing, No Polishing..

Examples before and after using Spotless Stainless.




If you search sailnet for "Spotless Stainless" you will see reviews.

I am affiliated with spotless stainless.

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-allen
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