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I just thought I would pass along this unusual but helpful tidbit I recently picked up.....

I have a 20ft center console and it's plastic windsheild/visor has become hazed and scratched up like most that you normally see on older boats.

Well I'm told that vinegar and water will clear the haze like windex could never AND..........PEANUT BUTTER as a rubbing compound will do a great job on the scratches!!

Ithink I'll wait til spring to try it .....will post my results then.

Anyone else ever heard of this or any other unusual and handy ideas for boat maintenance???

Southwest winds always.....Seaox
 

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Hi Matty---

Yes!.Gotit!....also "nose oil" on rod ferrules before joining is an old trick that helps when taking a rod down.

Alan----

I'd venture a guess "creamy" for light scratches and "Chunky" for heavy duty jobs.

And remember....."Choosey boat owners choose Jiff"

Southwest winds always.....Seaox
 

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Matty----

I just used half a tube of Flitz on all the stainless steel on my boat ...it worked great for that.I'm goin to the boat show tonight ...........can't wait to check out all the gadjets and gear.

Hi Flysully......Happy New Year!

Southwest winds always.....Seaox
 
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