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hgh2
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Posted: December 04 2006 at 15:23 | IP Logged Quote hgh2

 

   I have a 1980 Searay Weekender with wood paneling interior. On the panels are mildew spots" that I can't get rid of.I don't know if this a liminate or how to bring back the original finish. I don't believe I can sand the surface. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Posted: December 04 2006 at 15:45 | IP Logged Quote Puddle Duck

The wife uses "Old English" with good results. 

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hgh2, If you do not get many reply's try over at www.clubsearay.com. Many former SRO members are over there.

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hgh2
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Posted: December 04 2006 at 18:01 | IP Logged Quote hgh2

 

  Hi back to you "Puddle Duck"

 I've tried "Old English" & Mrs Murphy's with little reults. I really don't want to try sanding because again, I really don't know if the panels are a laminate or not. I was wondering if I should contact SeaRay direct. She's an "oldie" and I would like to get thet interior wood restored. The trim is not a problem because it's all teak.

Any additional help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

hgh2

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Rick1954
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Posted: December 05 2006 at 09:17 | IP Logged Quote Rick1954

When I got my Trojan, she was in poor shape inside do to mildew , my wood was solid teak so I used bath and tub tile cleaner/ mildew remover , than cleaned with water it worked awesome on the wood and headliner.



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Posted: January 24 2007 at 18:11 | IP Logged Quote CAP10PAT

I just noticed this thread - not sure if anyone's still reading it.  I have a 1980 Weekender 260. Great boat. Nice wood inside, but it is a special laminated plywood. I don't recall, but it had a special name.  The plywood is surprisingly solid, with patches in the knotholes, done very well. Seems to hold up. I never figured out what the laminate is, but it's not wood. Mine was in bad shape when I got the boat, but it didn't have any mildew spots. Believe it or not it had a lot of sun damage - yes inside. That foredeck hatch of plexiglas actually amplifies the sun! I've since put a 1/4 inch smoked acrylic on top of it.

Anyway, I've tried cleaners and rubbing compound, and even some hand sanding on it.  You can do it carefully. All you can hope for is to clean whatever you have on it - it will never get shiny from this. And, you have to be careful not to rub off the imitation wood-grain look, although it may still look better than what you have. The best thing I found for the wood is boat wax.  The 3M liquid I got last year has worked the best. That will put some shine on it.

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