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Ok heres what I used, was very easy, put on cloth rub thin coat and wait 5 min and it was gone, safe for gel coats, no hard rubbing just wipe on wipe off. when I was done I put a fresh coat of wax on. looks marvelous. Thanks for all replys and Thanks to Mack at west.
 

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ZAP (West Marine, Ace Hardware in Destin)in the pump spray bottle works well on small rust stains and gel coat stains using with a green Scotch pad, but don't know about doing that much hull with it .

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Sno-Bol but don't let it get on your galvanized trailer. If this is all you have on your boat, it shouldn't take 20 minutes. Wipe it on with a rag then hose it off. You shouldn't have any trouble with your grass unless you use 10 bottles. One half bottle will do a 25' boat with no problem.



Wipe it on 1/2 of one side, scrub a little with a deck broom then rinse well. Use lots of water. If you have a bad spot, hit it with a little more Sno-Bol and scrub with a green scrubby. You should get 100% of the stain off. Barnacles are a different story.



Yes, definitely wax afterwards
 

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Shawn, about time you cleaned the crud of your boat. That thing was in need of a major clean. But what can you do it happens everytime you come back through the bayou to ramp.
 
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