hull cleaner - peter g's

howdy
a week or so ago someone was asking about hull cleaner - I had my CC in the water for a few weeks over xmas and decided to give the hull a clean on the weekend using Peter G's hull cleaner
- the pic below doesn't show it so well but "non dirty" part of the hull was actually quite stained and has come up really well
Given the warmer temps it works better to do it in sections of 1-2m of a time - spray it on, agitate after about 5 minutes and spray off after about 10 (before it dries)

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Matty15's picture

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Looks good, where can it be

Tue, 2019-02-05 10:46

Looks good, where can it be purchased?  

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hi mate whitworths sell it -

Tue, 2019-02-05 10:56

hi mate
whitworths sell it - its actually called Kleen a hull, can be used on stainless to get rust stains off
you don't need much of it so it lasts

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Thanks mate, may have to try

Tue, 2019-02-05 17:36

Thanks mate, may have to try it. 

Matty15's picture

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Thanks mate, may have to try

Tue, 2019-02-05 17:36

Thanks mate, may have to try it. 

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Yeah that was me and it

Tue, 2019-02-05 17:53

Yeah that was me and it worked a dream even after diluting it with 25% water. I just scrubbed on with a soft brush around 6:30pm and hosed off 10 mins later but just make sure you wet down the trailer first and give it a squirt before leaving it. I didn't and thought I'd stripped my gal only to realise I had spots where it was, really, really clean so I am assuming it took off some of the gal?

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yeah good tip - note how

Wed, 2019-02-06 08:41

yeah good tip - note how clean the top of my mudguards are ! :-)
I hose down hull first but apply neat - so the mud guards would have had some respite...

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so i guess it contains

Wed, 2019-02-06 15:13

phosforic acid if its cleaning up the galv. ranex rust stain remover does the same job