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Yesterday I took advantage of the nice weather in the afternoon and started to clean up the boat. Had an oil spill last year in the compartment with the oil tank that I never cleaned thoroughly. Took out the oil tank, plugged the drain whole and filled with dish detergent (grease cutter) and water. Let it sit for about 1/2 hour and then scrubbed... Most of it came off, but there was still some places that would not come off.

So I went into the house, found the wifes cleaning stuff and found a Magic Eraser. Magic??? :confused: What the Hell... So back at the boat, a few passes later and the spots Magically disappear! :eek: It is Magic!

I could not believe how quick and easy they came off. So I started on some spots that wouldn't come up from last year... GONE!!!

I gotta get a case of those things.

 

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I keep a couple in the console, they work great on seats
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I keep a couple in the console, they work great on seats
LEON
It even took a stain off the seat when I left a yellow shad all week
 

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Those things are fantastic. I used one to clean the soap film in the shower and it came right off. Definitely going to Walmart or BJ's and load up on some for the boat.
 

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they are great but be careful on the surfaces you clean with them.
they may leave a haze on polished surfaces...gelcoat, plastic windshields, etc.
make sure you read the directions first.
 
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