I've got a yellowish tint on my boat hull that won't come off with scrubbing. It's right at the water line. Any suggestions on removal?? Thanks for your help!
I second that, they also have it at walmart its like 8 bucks, cant beat itBIG PAPPA said:Sta-Brite rust and stain remover, as you spray it on, the yellow just dissappears. rinse off and your done. get it at academy sports and outdoors.
i always dilute it 50/50 and it works just as good as full strength(saves $$ and product). It's the best stuff I've ever used and not harsh on anything.
If the above doesn't work , try "The Works" , it's a tub & tile cleaner found at your grocery stores cleaning section. Has basic ingrediants as Star Brite but a little stronger. Spray it on the dry (but not hot) hull , let it sit for a few minutes , then wash off with soap and water. That's what I used to keep the hull of my Parker whitemcw said:I fought this a while on my hull in POC. Was told to use Sunny Delight orange juice and a rag and it would wipe right off. I figured, what the heck...Sure enough, a trip to Speedy Stop and a bottle of Sunny Delight $1.99 and it came off immediately. I couldn't believe it! Great deal. Not sure I want to drink anymore Sunny Delight, though! Did try several other ideas first, to no avail.
Hey Tboltmike, to get the yellow off your boat you'll need to get a bucket of grease....elbow grease.......lots of it. I like the pic of your boat there. You funny guy LOL.tboltmike said:I tried all of that too, and its still yellow!!