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    my interior is a MESS! Going to be giving the pleated seats some simple green tonight...what are you guys using?

    How about on your braided hose? I don't want to use polish because of all the nooks and crannies.

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    Magic Eraser for the interior.

    The braided hose, polish a bunch of stuff on your boat with mothers or whatever you use then use your wipe off rag on the hose & fittings.







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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAMIST View Post
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    Agreed. that thing is the shit!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAMIST View Post
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    sweet...my wife said she was going to try that today!

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    What is magic eraser? And where do you get it? It's safe for the interior?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gooch View Post
    What is magic eraser? And where do you get it? It's safe for the interior?



    you can get it at the market









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    Sweet I'll try that thanks!

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    Gooch, do you live in Ventura?






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    I use Magic Erasers they work awesome.

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    Is the magic eraser abrasive? I take it you wipe down the interior with a micro towel after the magic eraser? Then a conditoner? Sorry for the dumb questions just dont want to pre-maturely ruion the interior.

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    The bet they are about the same a 2500 - 3000 grit. I have used them on a plastic car bumper to remove a stain and it slightly dulled the finish, not bad , but enough to notice in the right light.

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    Erasers are awesome, but can kill your interior if you don't wash off immediately with fresh water and then follow up with a protectant like 303.
    Don't scrub hard with a dry eraser and don't use too much pressure. Basically just wipe. It is a form of abrasive and does have some harsh chemicals. Use it wet and lightly, follow with protectant and you'll absolutely love'm.

    Oh, the Magic Clean's seem much better than the the other erasers. I like the all white one's. The one's with blue on a portion don't seem as effective for some reason. Or maybe that was some other brand (the partial blue one's) that's stuck in my mind ????

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    Try Super Clean (available in automotive at Walmart, parts stores, etc), with a soft brush, you will be surprised. Safe for upolstery and desolves grease too!

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