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mattjj23 04-12-2010 8:19 PM

Boat Bling Hot Sauce
 
Where can you get Boat Bling Hot Sauce around Oregon or online? If you order it from Boat Bling online, the shipping charges are outrageous.

tyler97217 04-12-2010 8:48 PM

Matt,
Not sure about boat bling, but I know that AWS just started carrying Babes Boat Bright by the gallon. I mix it with water in a garden sprayer and I am golden.

ajholt7 04-14-2010 1:08 AM

Why would you dilute Babes Boat Bright with water? The gallons are not concentrate. Just seams like a waste to me.

tyler97217 04-14-2010 6:46 AM

I know, I know.... I did not used to, but call me cheap. I have for the last three years and I have always had all black boats and it stays one of the cleanest on the water....

hatepain 04-14-2010 6:58 AM

a garden sprayer? You must really lube those bad boys up!

I've heard nothing but good about Hot Sauce but the Babes has been great to me and is accessible where as hot sauce seems impossible to find unless you wanna pay big shipping charges.

tyler97217 04-14-2010 8:01 AM

One of these is what I am talking about. It is very simple and I can leave it in my truck for a month before refilling, that way I never forget it. Try it. Mix it with 1/3-1/2 water and then 2/3-1/2 babes and you will never turn back and it will only set you back $7.

http://www.homedepot.com/Outdoors-Ga...atalogId=10053

Simple for the wife to spray (or a friend) and then follow with a towel.

adam4x4 04-14-2010 8:11 AM

Thats what i use too, but i never have mixed with water.

helinut 04-14-2010 9:33 AM

What's the best for getting rid of hard water spots? Not to hijack the thread or anything. :) I need to do some spring cleaning on my boat and would rather not use vinegar and water. Too much work. :)

bbeach 04-14-2010 2:21 PM

CLR 60/40 with water... don't get it on your upholstery...

ajholt7 04-14-2010 4:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tyler97217 (Post 1573327)
One of these is what I am talking about. It is very simple and I can leave it in my truck for a month before refilling, that way I never forget it. Try it. Mix it with 1/3-1/2 water and then 2/3-1/2 babes and you will never turn back and it will only set you back $7.

http://www.homedepot.com/Outdoors-Ga...atalogId=10053

Simple for the wife to spray (or a friend) and then follow with a towel.

I'll definately be trying that.

Fourspeednup 04-15-2010 11:57 PM

Long time lurker here, first time poster.

Quick intro...my name is Zack and when I can't be on the water in my Moomba XLV I manage the production of Boat Bling's Sauce products. Shipping costs can get high due to the weight of liquids but if your shipping quote seems excessive send us an email to sales@boatbling.net or to me directly at zack@boatbling.net and we'll double check for accuracy. There has been an occasional issue with the shipping calculator when purchasing multiple products that is currently being resolved.

Wanted to let the original poster know that you can get your Hot Sauce fix locally at Oregon Custom Marine in Hillsboro.

www.oregoncustommarine.com 503-531-9300

May want to give them a call first to make sure they're fully stocked for the season. You'll be seeing the Boat Bling products in more locations around the Northwest this summer as we have expanded our distribution network in that region.

Just an FYI, if any of you are members of themalibucrew.com, we're organizing a group buy that is scheduled to begin tomorrow. I've seen the price sheets and can say without a doubt that those deals are unbeatable.

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As for the question of the best water spot remover I may be a bit biased;) and with respect to Wakeworld's desire to keep the forums spam free I'll kindly bow out of that discussion. But please don't use vinegar and water! :D Just send us a note to the above mentioned email addresses and we'd be more than happy to discuss any questions, comments, or concerns.

Thanks,

Zack Bale
www.boatbling.net

kinger 04-16-2010 10:04 AM

Thanks for the post Zack. I love the product but have the same problem I can't get it anywhere in So. Cal. I went on line and wanted to order a gallon and a bottle of Hot Sauce and they said shipping was $30, it said the weight was 17lbs. I can get that weight shipped by UPS for $13, is the price right? Zip is 91024?

Thanks

mattjj23 04-16-2010 6:50 PM

Thanks Zach. I will definately give them a call. Boat Bling Hot Sauce is by far the best product, trust me, I have used them all. Thanks again.


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