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Old 30 March 2010, 03:00   #11
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Make: Brig F450X
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hi... so i cleaned the tubes... with - spirit vinegar (for cooking), wasnt so easy, but got all the mud off...

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Old 30 March 2010, 07:33   #12
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Abrasive paste

Originally Posted by Tim M View Post
That's tricky. I bought a hypalon RIB once with damage like this. What exactly have you tried on it? I would try a pressure washer, followed by a green pan scourer thingy, and lots of abrasive paste/cutting compound/jiff. You could also try leaving the boat in the water for a while then taking it out and trying to clean it straight away; I normally find cleaning green crap off the underside of the rear of the tubes easier when the boat has just come out of the water, as opposed to when it has had time to dry.

PS. Whilst RIB Revive/RIB shine/TFR are great for cleaning, I doubt they'll shift this particularly well
Would you mean something like `T-cut' or is that too severe?

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