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    Quote Originally Posted by scarabrick View Post
    hello... bio-kleen..
    They may have read your "informed opinion" of their products over on RDP. Just Sayin'.
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    Ya maybe...

    It's all good...

    I'm going to use it up till its gone and try something else.. I'm just going to remove the label so the marina can't say anything.. or maybe the person out there was having a bad day and it now OK to use..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarabrick View Post
    I used the product as directed..

    According to your web site,
    and the link you provided on your web site
    BioPreferred Catalog Company | USDA BioPreferred Catalog
    , the only products that are "Bio-Preferred" are your non BOAT products.. Did I miss something? The reason I asked is I was doing a quick clean job for a friend out at the lake and one of the office staff asked me about the product I was using. I showed them the fiberglass cleaner and they said I can't use it.. I need to figure out what to use now..

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    Our apologies, we are subscribed to this thread but didn't receive any notifications. Maybe you could look into that Chris.

    We always first inquire about the application of the the product first, you'd be surprised at how many people just start spraying instead of reading the directions. You also talked about using the 'product' on several different surfaces, was this just one product or several and which specific products were they? You wouldn't obviously use the same product to clean your fiberglass exterior as your vinyl interior; you can see where the application process can become important.

    The USDA actually contacted us regarding the BioPreferred program was it first got started, not the other way around. They only request products in specific categories, and, because it is the market with the biggest demand, they started with the household cleaning products category. They have since started (slowly) moving into other categories. We have submitted our marine products but as you can imaging, it is a government agency and they like to take their time.

    Did they give a specific reason for not being able to use the fiberglass cleaner (assuming you mean the Hull & Fiberglass Cleaner)? It is a much safer product to use than most hull cleaners on the market as you don't have to worry about overspray onto a trailer or other parts of the boat and it causing damage. It is a concentrated cleaner which allows you to dilute per application, saving time, money, transportation and shipping costs, therefore the environmental impact. It is safe for marine and aquatic life and there is no animal testing and no animal ingredients. It is Non-Toxic, Biodegradable, Non Aerosol and Ozone Safe, plus 100% of the packaging is recyclable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rvrrat350 View Post
    pretty sure it was the Bio-Kleen Hull & Fiberglass Cleaner
    i would have to look tomorrow and get back to you on that
    In most areas the Bio-Kleen Oxidation Remover is recommended to remove the yellow from your fiberglass boat hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biokleen View Post
    In most areas the Bio-Kleen Oxidation Remover is recommended to remove the yellow from your fiberglass boat hull.
    alright ill try that then

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    Loved the fiberglass cleaner, but the interior cleaner not so much. If it sits too long, especially in the heat, it starts to carmelize and it left nasty dark spots, like soda stains, on my interior! No bueno!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bignet View Post
    Loved the fiberglass cleaner, but the interior cleaner not so much. If it sits too long, especially in the heat, it starts to carmelize and it left nasty dark spots, like soda stains, on my interior! No bueno!!
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    It sounds like there's a couple of factors that come into play here, though we've never heard of this specific issue:
    1. It's best to not apply any cleaner in very hot, direct sunlight
    2. If there's not a major stain (you're just general cleaning) no need to let it set long, and you should be able to clean in direct sunlight
    3. The Bio-Kleen Amazing Cleaner (assuming that's what you're using for the interior) is a concentrated cleaner, so unless you have a stubborn stain use a dilution of the product (1:3 - 1:7) and you'll still get the desired results. This will also help in the realm of cleaning in the sun.

    The Amazing Cleaner is actually our number one selling marine cleaner and has been tested rigorously on high performance upholstery by not only all of our customers throughout the years, but also McLeod Design, whose seats went into many high performance boats. They even went so far to recommend the Amazing Cleaner and Amazing Armor in their warranty card.

    Thank you, we appreciate your input.

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    Will this work on the tile in my pool?? I know, I know, this is a boating forum but hey, it's all water...........


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    Quote Originally Posted by jangles View Post
    Will this work on the tile in my pool?? I know, I know, this is a boating forum but hey, it's all water...........
    Yes, you're correct, build up from water minerals is the same anywhere there's water. The Bio-Kleen Hull & Fiberglass Cleaner is the recommended product for cleaning poolside. If you run into any questions hit us back here or contact at [email protected]

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biokleen View Post
    Yes, you're correct, build up from water minerals is the same anywhere there's water. The Bio-Kleen Hull & Fiberglass Cleaner is the recommended product for cleaning poolside. If you run into any questions hit us back here or contact at [email protected]

    Thanks.

    I bought a forclosure and the pool tile has a gross amount of buildup. It takes me one pumice stone to do 1 1/2 tiles. Can I use this stuff to clean them? Will I have to empty the pool or can I just lower it below the tile and do it. Will it mix with and filter thru the system? TIA
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    Quote Originally Posted by jangles View Post
    I bought a forclosure and the pool tile has a gross amount of buildup. It takes me one pumice stone to do 1 1/2 tiles. Can I use this stuff to clean them? Will I have to empty the pool or can I just lower it below the tile and do it. Will it mix with and filter thru the system? TIA
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    Yes, use this on the tile and there will be no issues just lowering the level and cleaning.

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