Boat Name: Over Keel
Model/Year: 1985 Catalina 22
Hull No. 13059
Hailing Port: Lake Conroe
12/07/2007 8:51 AM Pacific Time
My Catalina is slipped at a local marina, and has become a happy home for the local fowl. The residuals from this will no powerwash or scrub off. Any suggestionsfor restoring the beautiful finish it once had?
Pt. Orange, FL
Boat Name: Phoenix
Model/Year: 1987 Catalina 22
Hull No. #13784
Hailing Port: Pt. Orange,FL
12/10/2007 6:56 AM Pacific Time
Try some bleach.
Ducks are quite good if you bake them in the oven. But I guess that isn't pc, is it.
Go to the NSA site and down load the "gull sweep" information. This is a device that 'sweeps' gulls off the foredeck. You need to find a way so that they don't use your boat for a roost.
Good luck ....
|R. C. Luiken
Boat Name: Ricochet
Model/Year: C-22 Swing Keel/1986
Hull No. 13560
Hailing Port: Milford, DE/St. Michaels, MD
12/11/2007 5:58 AM Pacific Time
I have been successful using a product named Jomax. I get it a Wally World (Wal-Mart) or Lowes. It works great on poop and the stains left by leaves. Mix it up, spray it on a wet surface, let sit for 5 minutes, spray it off. Any residual stains can be re-treated and attacked with a boat brush. If the boat stays in the sun, Jomax seems to have a cumulative effect with UV rays and it seems to get cleaner for several days afterward.