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  1. 3M Marine restorer and wax works good on any fiber glass or gel coat. This cleaner has a dual purpose: it both cleans your boat and gives it a little wax job. That’s why it’s known as a boat hull restorer. Me and my friends often use it to return the shine of our boats when they get dull.
  2. I using Star Brite mold and mildew, It works great.
  3. For mold and mildew you can consider Star Bride, I am impressed by the ability of this product to remove stains and clean from other surfaces aside from the boat seats. I have personally used this product before and found it to be effective in removing stains coming from mildew and even molds. Sprayed waited about 10 minutes, and it worked GREAT. Mildew and old stains almost completely gone.
  4. You can consider Meguiar’s cleaner, This high gloss formula not only cleans windshields but will also leave tires looking nice and shiny. Its formula has water-resistant polymers and anti-hazing technology. Hence, it can deal with the dirtiest glass.
  5. I am also using bumpers from Hull Hugr, it can be installed easily using common tools. Keeps my boat rom getting beat up at the dock, and it allowed me to eliminate a need for boat fenders. I bought two for front and two for rear of boat.
  6. You can consider Oceansouth pedestals, this product comes with a gas-powered height adjustable feature. The height adjustment setting will enable the pedestal to somehow normalize and absorb the shock felt by the user. This will let the pedestal assist you with a smooth sailing ride even if there are large waves in the ocean. This post can help boat you choosing the right one for your boat: https://www.ridetheducks.com/best-boat-seat-pedestals
  7. I bought Mighty Max Battery to power a 36-pound thrust trolling motor mounted on a kayak. I was able to try it out on the water today and I am happy with the results so far. I was only able to run it for a couple of hours but under continuous use, at varying speeds, it still had lots of power left when I was done. The trolling motor has 5 LEDs to indicate battery condition and there was still 4 lit after 2 hrs.
  8. 303 Products is great, I am recommending it for purchase if you are looking for flexibility and affordability in a vinyl cleaning product. I also liked that it does not leave any oily residue after the application which is totally different from other regular vinyl cleaners. Other regular products even leave a foul odor which is not good to the users of the boat.
  9. I use CHURERSHINING EVA decking sheet. This has to be one of the cleanest, chicest, most attractive marine flooring mats I’ve ever seen. It looks very simple
  10. I suggest Krypt Towers Double Wakeboard Rack. this Krypt Wakeboard rack is made from high-quality aluminum, you can be sure that this rack is sturdy and will last for a while.
  11. You can consider Obcursco LED
  12. jane305

    Carpet

    I recommend Marine Carpeting Do-It-Yourself carpet. True to its name, this product comes with an installation kit so you can lay it on your boat floor on your own. The carpet comes along with a carpet knife, free blades, free tech advice, and an installation guide.
  13. You should use LED because it is more durable, with a longer shelf life. It is also reliable to stay bright and light up to a considerable distance, without warming up or ruining its encasement with the heat. I use EXZEIT LED, you can buy it on amazon.
  14. No need to disconnect them. As long as your trailer lights are water proof there shouldn't be a problem.
  15. For dome light, you could use TH Marine LED. This product is available in two models: switchable 9 white/6 red LEDs which are great for night vision and 15 white LEDs. This product has an extremely long lifespan of up to 100,000 hours. Therefore, you will rest easy knowing that it can save a lot of time without making any replacement anytime soon. you can see reviews of LED boat lights here
  16. Remove oxidation with rubbing compounds 1.Use the least abrasive oxidation remover possible, so you do not grind away more of the gel coat than is necessary. 2.Fit an orbital buffer with a terry cloth bonnet, and pour on the oxidation remover. 3.Hold the buffer against the hull side, using even pressure, and hit the power button. 4.Sweep the buffer back and forth across the hull a few times. Never hold the buffer still while running.
  17. I polish the boat with Dewalt, works as both a buffer and a polisher. The unit has a fairly lightweight construction, so using it won’t be that much of a hassle.
  18. I use Better Boat Deck Brush, it's a great brush for the boat. Despite having soft bristles, it does a great job of breaking up grease, grime, algae, scum, and even bird-droppings. It works effectively even when used with water alone. you can see the review at: https://www.ridetheducks.com/best-boat-cleaning-brushes
  19. You could try Mary Kate On and Off. It's very efficient in taking out rust, it can also remove calcium really well too. You should wear rubber gloves, protective clothing, and eye protection. Wash thoroughly after handling.
  20. I think you can try 303. It is ability to remove stains quickly while revitalizing discolored and old surfaces .
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