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May-31-2018 @ 8:03 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all ,
We have a compass inflatable dingy that we've had a few years , that hasn't been used for a few years , but we want to start using again , it does need cleaning up , but would like to restore it as good as new as we can get it , it does have water / limescale water line marks on it , but what are your recommendations to get this clean again ?
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steve and vicky
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I have used upvc window  cleaner with good results.
To me it smells the same as inflatable boat cleaner but is a fraction of the price from Wilkos.

Jun-01-2018 @ 7:25 AM                           Permalink
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I have used those 'Magic Sponges' to great effect.
Cheap as chips and available from 'Pound' shops too.
Good for fenders too  Cool Indifference

The older I get...
The better I was....!!

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Found this excellent but wear gloves !!!

For some reason pic didn’t load

Chemicals Direct Marine Rib cleaner got it off eBay for £13.49

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