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    Cleaning Idea for Black Hulls

    I started using Salt-Away on my Doo, and it made a big difference. I still like to towel dry, but still notice some water marks. So I thought, maybe I'll use my Mr. Clean Car Wash setup since it rinses with deionized water for no water marks (and works great on our vehicles). You can put the Salt-Away in the reservoir where the soap normally goes...then Salt-Away, rinse, deionized rinse. Works Great!

    I still have to use the standard Salt-Away sprayer for the waterflush. And I've noticed on all sprayers that you don't get much detergent when you spray at low pressure (for engine cleaning), so I use a spray bottle with a water/Salt-Away mixture to spray on first, then rinse at low pressure.


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    I use the Mr. Clean saop all the time on the ski after a ride. I don't even use the sprayer just the soap on a towel and a rinse with the hose and no water marks I love that stuff!!

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    I use that hull boat cleaner you get at wal mart made by the RainX company..

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    try a mr clean sponge to get the scuffs i used it on a white hull really kicked A#S.

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    I use a 50/50 mix of water and white viniger...cheap and takes off the water spots...works well on my malibu and the gpr.

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    I like to wash my doo's with pamolive and spray as-u-dry on wet hull and dry with a towel,it works great.

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    i wash my ski with Meguire's shampo and Meguire's rx wax and quick detail. they are perfect.

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    I use a 50/50 mix of water and white viniger...cheap and takes off the water spots...

    White viniger and water works awsume and its cheap!!!
    Takes off the water spots no problem...
    Clean the hull real good add some real good wax and she will be slippery as hell..Water will beed right off ...Wont be as hard to clean the next time..

    Snoman

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    I hope everyone knows not to put wax on the bottom of ski unless you don't care about speed.

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    Use any detergent made for dish washers and water spotting will be minimized. Salt Away is a soap based detergent that they sell for BIG bucks.

    Richard.

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