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I was given a pile of Sunbrella boatcover last weekend. The PO needed a tarp for some engine work and used a large piece of the set for spill-catcher! :eek: Now there are several large , hand size or better, dark, used-oil stains on tthe piece.
I'd like to remove them completely; but realize that may be problematic. Short of "staining" the entire set of cloths; what's the best answer? There must be near to 8 yards of useable material IF all was 'good', plus all the sections of smaller dimensions. It'd be a shame to toss the entire section; or cut it out and render the large piece useable only for smalller bits unnececesarily.

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Paul
 

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Already tried armor-all upholstery cleaner and Dawn dish detergent. Looks like the local. Tractor Supply might have it in stock; so that's next!
The piece in question is big enuff to fab up my entirBimini! so I sure wanna keep it.. The rest will be enuff to fab up the dodger. and alla theside panels, so.......
 
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