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Cleaning Boat Upholstery

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By Woods - Posted on 24 May 2010

Any body know the best way to clean boat upholstery, seats etc. Its been under cover to long.

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Tide with bleach laundry detergent. It works great on carpet and seats. I have used it for years on my boats and the carpet and seats look brand new. It will really work on mildew stains with a little stiff bristle brush. Mix about two cups with 5 gallons of warm water and let it dissolve. Then soak the carpet with the solution for a couple of hrs to remove any deep stains. Hand wash seats with the brush to remove the mildew. Try this and you will have the best smelling and cleanest boat in the world.

Chris "Katfish" Johnson
Professional Fishing & Duck Hunting Guide
Tn River Guide Service

Woods's picture

Thanks Katfish I will try it. Woods

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