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benjdeal
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Apr 28, 2012, 9:11 AM

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After a very successful refit session - topsides polished, anode
changed, hull scraped and antifouled - without spilling a drop - I
have just spilled raw antifoul (Plastimo Navy) in the cockpit of my LM
33 :-( I've scrubbed all I can from the solid teak boards, but am
left with a blue-stained coaming and seat (all white GRP) and now need
to find the best way to get it off. The smooth bits aren't too bad,
as I know I can get it off with abrasive paste cleaners, but the
'bobbly' non-slip bits on the seating areas are a problem, and so far
resistant to simple scrubbing. Any ideas? Can I safely try a strong
bleach? Is there any proprietary compound to remove this tenacious
woad? Benj


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