Old 10-21-2020, 09:35 AM
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BackEastDon
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Originally Posted by MrBoo View Post
Not contaminate the fresh water with chemicals or the growth? If you are worried about chemicals Booyah is biodegradable. My boat is on a lift but I sometimes leave it in for a week. Their hull cleaner gets the skim line with no effort and I can use it right in my slip.

https://www.booyahclean.com/collecti...t-hull-cleaner

I still think it's a bad idea to put chemicals on your anti foul unless you plan to paint it again in the spring.
I do not want to contaminate the water with the growth which I feel would do more environmental damage than just about any chemical usage that made it way to the river. I am about 600ft from the river but the storm drain is at the bottom of the driveway. So as the title might suggest, I'd like to kill the growth and also do as little damage overall to both the bottom paint and environment.