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JJV's Best Marine Cleaning Products??

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Has anyone ever used the "JJV's Best" marine cleaning products??

I am trying to wash the water spots off my aluminum boat and motor.

I have tried so many products at this point I don't know what to do next.

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Try a good quality automotive paste wax. After you have cleaned it as best you can, the wax actually "cuts" things like this and will provide protection from further spotting.

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Have you tried just using vinegar and then wash it off with soap and water ?

Then it will be ready for a good wax job wink

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Midwest Outdoors had a segment on their products and demonstrated their cleaners last weekend. Looks like a good product to consider. Spray it on and rinse off. Non-toxic cleaner.

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Have you tried just using vinegar and then wash it off with soap and water ?

Then it will be ready for a good wax job wink

Yep!!

I tried that and almost every populer calcium, rust, and lime type cleaner out there.

I did by several different types of car wax and polish and they did nothing when applied by hand. But I have not used a power buffer as of yet.

Thanks for the feed back...

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Meguiars Cleaning Wax? That is what I use, but I also put it on about every other time I use the boat. Works great with that much frequent use.

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Almost sounds like you need a mild rubbing compound if they are so bad that vinegar won't touch them. Talk to the boys at a auto parts store and see if they can hook you up.

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Midwest Outdoors had a segment on their products and demonstrated their cleaners last weekend. Looks like a good product to consider. Spray it on and rinse off. Non-toxic cleaner.

If it works as good as it did during the demo, I sure would give it a try. It was cutting thru a pretty good build up of grime!

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I did by several different types of car wax and polish and they did nothing when applied by hand. But I have not used a power buffer as of yet.

Thanks for the feed back...

Not any wax will do. You will probably need a cleaner wax. Most waxes add a protective layer. A cleaner wax is supposed to remove previous waxes while adding it's own protective layer.

It sounds like the spots could be under multiple coatings of wax. I did this once on a car where I had a hand sized section of soap under some McGuire's Yellow (#26?) and it took a lot of scrubbing with a wax remover to get back to the soap spot.

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