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wakemetoday 09-04-2007 9:40 PM

I have a 2003 Air Natique and need some suggestions on how to clean white seats. Does anyone know what type of leather Correct Craft uses? I currently use Boat Babes which does a good job but I want to give the boat seats a deep cleaning.

mcwakerider 09-04-2007 9:45 PM

i use these pads u can buy in the store in the cleaning area. it is the same material as what is on th eback of a kitchen sponge. it gets into the grooves of the seat. worked for me.

wakemetoday 09-04-2007 9:54 PM

Wouldn't happen to know the name brand? I may be a bit overly cautious but I've read the leather is easily damaged. Thanks.

rhupp 09-04-2007 10:07 PM

hot shot and a cleaning brush works great

wakeboardlasvegas 09-04-2007 10:16 PM

Mr.Clean magic eraser and then 303 Protectant <BR> <BR>you will crap your pants how well these work!

halem23 09-05-2007 9:55 AM

Oxi Clean...the stuff is amazing. I never really thought my interior was that bad until I used this stuff. It got so addicting cleaning more and more. Just make sure to rinse it well and wipe it down.

put_away_wett 09-05-2007 10:44 AM

Mr.Clean erasers and hot soapy water will make you seats look like new!

peter_c 09-05-2007 10:53 AM

I always used a soft horse face brush to scrub the interior of my boat and could get it looking brand new after a week at Shasta Lake, with the red dirt, or any time it got dirty. My CC owners manual recommended Soft Scrub, but they do not seem to recommend that any more.

wakemetoday 09-05-2007 12:53 PM

I appreciate the input but I have a few questions. First, what's a soft horse face brush? Do you use cleaners in combination with the horse face brush? Second, Hot Shot, the insect repellent? Third, Oxi Clean I have but is Mr Clean eraser the rub-on stick? That would take forever.

deuce 09-05-2007 1:04 PM

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put_away_wett 09-06-2007 10:59 PM

Mr. Clean erasers are kind of like a sponge. When you use them you don't have to scrub very hard to get the seats clean. Trust me on this. They work awesome.

etakk7 09-07-2007 6:53 AM

Ronnie, your boat has vinyl, not leather. <BR> <BR>I second the magic eraser and 303 combination. I have found nothing better. I used to use SoftScrub in an older I/O but be careful because I think it has bleach in it.

curtisco24 09-07-2007 7:04 AM

My technique must be bad, because I don't have a lot of luck with the magic eraser.

paulw 09-07-2007 10:35 AM

I use the Magic Eraser with the west marine vinyl cleaner, works great. I just use a little of the cleaner as not to dry out the seats. Then I go over it with the 303 to condition it. <BR>Watch what you use, some of the products can dry out the vinyl and then crack your seats.

clearlakescott 09-07-2007 3:44 PM

That magic eraser is the sh*#! I will be handing one to everyone in my crew tonight for to 5 min ride down the canal! Anyone found a cheap price on 303

wakemetoday 09-07-2007 5:41 PM

Anybody know where I can get the 303 Protectant? What company produces it? Does it have the necessary UV protection? Where can I get Magic Eraser and that Fabric Guard?

dirtyjerz 09-07-2007 6:27 PM

U can get the 303 at any Boaters World or West Marine and it does have UV protection. I just picked up the 303 vinyl cleaner. Has anyone used that? <BR> <BR>Magic Eraser can be bought at target or walmart or any other major store. Its not marine specific.

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