What is the best way to clean the bilge without paying the "for marine use" premium? This stuff is expensive. It can't be rocket science.
We have had good success with Lemon Juice Concentrate, which is quite inexpensive in gallon sized containers at wholesale food suppliers, combined with warm water. That, combined with Borax for stubborn patches, seems to be quite effective and leaves the bilge smelling clean. Lemon Oil is effective for polishing wood work and preventing mold and salt combined with apple cider vinegar is effective for cleaning metalwork.What is the best way to clean the bilge without paying the "for marine use" premium? This stuff is expensive. It can't be rocket science.
This is the dollar store stuff Traveling Easy had mentioned...
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