Speaking of boats

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  1. 1100011CS

    1100011CS Well-Known Member

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    What do you use to clean the lake scum off the hull of your boat?
     
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    this thread was way better a minute ago
     
  4. 1100011CS

    1100011CS Well-Known Member

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  5. CycloneGB

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    Zing Boat Hull Cleaner
     
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    Footsteps Falco.
     
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    vinegar and water
     
  8. BigBake

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    A guy down in St Charles.

    I don't mind spending money to have someone else do it when it comes chemicals that strong I'd rather it'd be someone else.
     
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    I can't recall the exact brand but I think some use tidy bowl to do it.

    I would just be careful of my trailer.

    Fwiw the guy in st Charles does a great job.
     
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    Iowaboatrepair.com
     
  12. AlleyAddict

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    This.
     
  13. Knownothing

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    WD40 and I am not joking. Not only does it remove the gunk. It also helps next time you clean it. It leaves a film on your boat that you can't see. We keep our boat at Lake of the Ozarks and drive it to party cove quite often. WD40 works great. Try it one time. It's like the Duct tape of cleaning stuff.
     

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