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Heath
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Posted: May 25 2011 at 01:23 | IP Logged Quote Heath

I'm not happy about this, at all.  My brand new head sail was dripped on during its winter storage, and where the water apparently evaporated is now a light brown tinged stain, spread across a lot of the sail.  Hoping it was just a tough dirt stain I gave it a shot this afternoon with my pressure washer, carefully, but the stain didn't budge.  Can anybody help suggest a cleaner I should use for this mystery stain?  I'd like to be careful not to use anything that'll do any kind of chemical damage to the material.  The stain is only on the white parts, and the sail is brand new, so there shouldn't be any risk of 'making a clean spot.'

Also, I've got a couple very small holes on the front walk surfaces of my fiberglass hull, Hunter 27. Is there a particular brand or type of fiberglass patch that's any better than the others?

Thanks for your help
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Heath
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Posted: May 26 2011 at 01:06 | IP Logged Quote Heath

To give a better idea of what this stain might be, I should have mentioned that the sail was stored in a garage that developed a leak sometime during the winter. The incoming water was rain and ice melt that dripped down over some old wood that's deteriorating badly.
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