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    How to remove yellowing in the footwells

    Like the title states i need some tips on how to remove yellowing/water stains from water sitting in the footwells of my gpr. Good ol degreaser and a pressure washer didnt help at all. Maybe a rubbing compound?

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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    try softscrub for toilets

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    Ski Hacks MG's Avatar
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    3M Marine Wax removed EVERYTHING from my ski.

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    I use pool acid mixed with water

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCW View Post
    3M Marine Wax removed EVERYTHING from my ski.
    Ski's look clean! Nice...thanks for sharing

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    Mr Clean Magic Eraser, also works great to get the white letters on tires white again.

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