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04-06-2007 02:05 AM
redcorvette1995 Tide lawndry soap sprinkled on a clean rag and elbow grease.

Flush with water afterwards.

Works wonders!
04-05-2007 12:11 PM
sailingdog Mr. Clean Magic Erasers work wonders... and get them at Home Depot or CostCo, since they're a lot cheaper than the ones you can buy at the marine store.
04-05-2007 11:56 AM
Jotun
Removing shoe marks?

Anyone have good advice for removing shoe marks from the deck? I plan on using some good old fashioned soap and elbow grease but I wondered if there was a product that makes the scrubbing easier.

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