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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-17-2011 07:32 AM
Rangernewell Sea ....I bought the product at a marina. But I think you can get it at hardware stores as well. I bought these fenders at garage sale and thought I would see if I could clean them, they cleaned up quite well.
03-17-2011 01:08 AM
SeaFever2000
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What I use is a product called Star brite...I spray it on ...let it sit a few minutes and wipe and rinse. For the tough area's I use a scotch pad...works great. Attached is a pic of one half done....I hope
Rangernewell,

Where can one get the Star brite product? It seems to clean pretty good...

Thanks.
03-15-2011 05:17 AM
sctpc If there PVC use clear priming fluid its also fantastic on my zodiac get it from any plumbing shop and its cheep
03-11-2011 02:24 PM
Rangernewell What I use is a product called Star brite...I spray it on ...let it sit a few minutes and wipe and rinse. For the tough area's I use a scotch pad...works great. Attached is a pic of one half done....I hope
03-11-2011 09:33 AM
svHyLyte Another product that's worth while is "Greased Lightening" sold at Lowes and Home Depot. Once you've get the fenders clean, give them a good coat of wax. You can also make very inexpensive covers from old towels.
03-11-2011 08:02 AM
JKCatalina310 My wife uses the Magic Eraser to clean ours and they are always bright white.
03-10-2011 09:52 PM
fordo Try Spray-9 and a dobie pad. Rinse the fenders well when you are done.
03-10-2011 07:03 PM
jaybird2719
cleaning boat fenders

I have six, 8 x 20 fenders for my 26 foot Ranger. They are white, but desperatly need a good cleaning. They have normal scuffs and wearmarks, but are in good working condition. Is there a good cleaner out there that would "spruce" them up a bit, preventing me from buying new ones. I know there are covers out there, but I would rather try cleaning them up first.

Thanks for any help/advice

 
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