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Ammonia, vinegar and "grated" clean soap (not mixed together, obviously). And a lot of scrubbing with different brushes.
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Beware Tilex or other ceramic cleaners. Some (most?) have acids that eventually eat the grout away and cause damage. We usta use "scrubbing bubbles" at a retail shop to clean the textured HPL shelves. Worked well for them; perhaps will work for deck no-skid??
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Kelly, one more note. You might want to check out this video. Apparently the lever lets you adjust the amount of soap that gets used.

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OK, LOL, impressive how HSN oversells functionality. It is NOT as great as they say but certainly I am getting my $15 out of it. It is NOT a mini pressure washer. The pressure from the typical marina is HALF of what is shown here. But it does work dandy I must say. The dispenser is the best part of the functionality, it works well.

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Minne;

Beware Tilex or other ceramic cleaners. Some (most?) have acids that eventually eat the grout away and cause damage. We usta use "scrubbing bubbles" at a retail shop to clean the textured HPL shelves. Worked well for them; perhaps will work for deck no-skid??
Good feedback. It has always worried me. Thanks.

We have so little that you don't notice it in the bright sunshine. I see it when cleaning and always way to start the season in bristol condition. Never do though.
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