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04-30-2005 03:39 PM
mast cleaner

I used a fine 220 or higher sand paper then did a coat of wax on it. Can''t tell you how it will hold up as I just did this a month ago.
04-30-2005 07:25 AM
mast cleaner

There is an article on mast refurbishment in the Jan 05 issue of "Good Old Boat". They recommend sanding with aluminum oxide sand paper.
04-22-2005 08:28 AM
mast cleaner

Is the mast painted? In that case I use kerosene.
04-21-2005 04:33 AM
mast cleaner

I have my mast down (aluminum) and would like to clean it. Any suggestions for a good product to use?

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