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    Yellow Stains on Gel Coat-gctid394022

    I have some yellow stains on the gel coat along the water line, and they won't come up with washing and scrubbing. I want to wax the boat, but I don't want to start that until I get rid of these stains. Any suggestions how?!

    Thanks!

    Kent

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    Fiberglass Stain Remover (FSR) available at West Marine.
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      #3
      Quit peeing over the side of the boat?

      I also like FSR
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        #4
        Muriatic acid will get rid of the yellow stains.
        Rick Grew

        1981 Carver 3007 Aft Cabin

        2004 Past Commodore
        West River Yacht & Cruising Club

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          #5
          Thanks! I'm heading to West Marine tomorrow and will pick some up. I'll also pay better attention to the current when peeing!

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            #6
            kent83 wrote:
            Thanks! I'm heading to West Marine tomorrow and will pick some up. I'll also pay better attention to the current when peeing!
            Pay attention to the wind direction too, that will have more of a direct impact on you.

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