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Posted: October 18 2006 at 09:19 | IP Logged Quote ofishman

We just got our boat out of the water and looks like her bottom needs power wash. I have regular residential power washing machine. Can I use it on my boat? Do I need to add any chemicals?

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Posted: October 18 2006 at 14:23 | IP Logged Quote pete johnson

THE POWERWASH WILL TAKE IT OFF,IT IS BETTER TO DO IT WHEN SHE FIRST COMES OUT

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Posted: October 19 2006 at 16:27 | IP Logged Quote sbw1

You need to excercise caution around stripes as the power wash will take them off. You don't need chemicals, especially if the bottom is painted. Keep your nozzle about 7-8" away from the hull and don't stay in one spot too long.  
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