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Old 02-26-2019, 06:12 PM
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Hey guys so took the boat to the keys and on some heavy winds i bumped into a rubber dock harder than desired. That left pretty heavy black marks on my white rubrail. Any tips or tricks to clean that up? It seemed to my like a black plastic bumper at the dock, not really rubber i think. Any tips? Goo gone? Magic eraser?
Old 02-26-2019, 06:27 PM
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Old 02-26-2019, 06:30 PM
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Light cleaner wax like Collinite fleet wax works for me, the magic eraser might do it too.
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this will do it and it's super for removing decals from fiberglass, plastic etc
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Originally Posted by Stang4u2nv View Post
Hey guys so took the boat to the keys and on some heavy winds i bumped into a rubber dock harder than desired. That left pretty heavy black marks on my white rubrail. Any tips or tricks to clean that up? It seemed to my like a black plastic bumper at the dock, not really rubber i think. Any tips? Goo gone? Magic eraser?
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cleaner wax usually does the trick
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I'm in the process of waxing my boat. I had several scuff marks down the sides. Tried the Collonite paste wax first and it didn't work. Then used Magic Eraser and it worked. I didn't have luck with Magic Eraser in the past but I think it was because I didn't use water per the instructions. Who would think to read the instructions first?
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Acetone will take it right off the rub rail.
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Try Mr clean magic eraser first....It works for me

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