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    What are your thoughts on Upholstery cleaners or portective sprays? What should I be using? I use Mr Cleans Magic Erasers to clean off the dirt and grime then I spary and wipe down the upholstery with 303. The upholstery in the Malibu is 10 years old and looks ok but i'm putting new upholstery in a Campbell I have. I want that upholstery to last just as long or ever longer. Both boats are garage kept.


    I was told only to use 303 from a Malibu dealer on the boat because it wont dry out the upholstery. I like it because it makes the seats really slick so passenager tend to slide around , it makes me laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srfinatsunset View Post
    What are your thoughts on Upholstery cleaners or portective sprays? What should I be using? I use Mr Cleans Magic Erasers to clean off the dirt and grime then I spary and wipe down the upholstery with 303. The upholstery in the Malibu is 10 years old and looks ok but i'm putting new upholstery in a Campbell I have. I want that upholstery to last just as long or ever longer. Both boats are garage kept.


    I was told only to use 303 from a Malibu dealer on the boat because it wont dry out the upholstery. I like it because it makes the seats really slick so passenager tend to slide around , it makes me laugh.

    Hello, as for cleaners you do not want to use magic erasers since it's actually very abrasive and takes off the clear coat uv protection on your vinyl. Stay away from harsh solutions and only use cleaners made specifically for vinyl..I like products from Ducky Products and Boat Bling. If you don't have anything safe to use just mix together a little dish soap and warm water and use a soft sponge to gently scrub. This usually work great and gets body oils, tanning oils and dirt off just fine.
    Hope I helped..and don't forget to keep the magic erasers for everything except your boat interior...
    West Coast Marine Interiors
    K.G.
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