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amo 11-19-2009 6:38 AM

What's the best way to get this off fellas? I assume soap and water, but I know you guys might have a better way.

tyler97217 11-19-2009 8:09 AM

You try a pressure washer? Or just soap and a brush should do it.

loudontn 11-19-2009 8:29 AM

I'm trying to decide whether I should take mine down over the winter or not. I store it outside so I'm not sure.

266crownlinebr 11-19-2009 1:38 PM

Its ruined. You should remove it from the boat and send it to me <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/rofl.gif" border=0>

wakemikey 11-19-2009 2:54 PM

A picture would help <IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0>

99_slaunch 11-19-2009 3:12 PM

Really no picture needed on this one.

durty_curt 11-19-2009 3:47 PM

I would hate to see a picture of AMOs 210 decorated with bird poo. Go to the route of the problem with a BB gun! haha

amo 11-19-2009 4:39 PM

DC, so true, but I think the ranger at Saguaro wouldn't like that too much. <BR> <BR>Diggs, I'll try the soap and the brush. Thanks <BR> <BR>Cody, I would take it down if I were you. I store my boat outside and I am definitely taking the Z5 off when I winterize it. <BR> <BR>(Message edited by amo on November 19, 2009)

snowboardcorey 12-02-2009 4:37 PM

Winterize in AZ? I heard it was 80 degrees there today!

david_e_m 12-02-2009 5:04 PM

AMO, <BR> <BR>We used to have these giant foe birds leave droppings on our bimini. When we tried to clean them off it left holes in the bimini cloth. So after a while we learned that "if the foe sh*ts wear it." <BR> <BR>David <BR>Earmark Marine

amo 12-02-2009 6:49 PM

That's good David!! Lol. <BR> <BR>Corey, congrats on the baby. Ours is 4 months now. So much fun. <BR>I'm not going to use it from Christmas through March. I'll be traveling way too much. Plus, I fully admit I am a fair weather wakeboarder/skater. If the water gets below 65, I'm driving exclusively.

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