Removing baked on salt water marks

 Hi All,

 

I have an old 1996 merc 40hp which hasnt been looked after.

The cowling is caked with years and years of burned on salt water stains.

I tried CLR, but I think that might only work on minor stains, does anyone have any tips on how to clean it off without damaging the plastic?

 

Thanks !


little johnny's picture

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Try blue loo

Mon, 2018-02-05 22:28

Toilet stuff. Takes bore stains of windows . Worth a shot ?

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 i read that somewhere, but i

Mon, 2018-02-05 23:21

 i read that somewhere, but i think it will destroy the paint, its a last resort

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White vinegar?

Tue, 2018-02-06 05:50

 obvioisly try it on an inconspicuous area, but that is an awesome natural cleaner on just about anything

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Salt Away

Tue, 2018-02-06 06:12

Might be worth a go.

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Prepsol ?

Tue, 2018-02-06 08:00

maybe try Prepsol ?

at least I know it shouldn't damage your paintwork otherwise a light cut and polish might work

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 Salt elim, works a treat

Tue, 2018-02-06 09:26

 Salt elim, works a treat bought a couple of bottles a few years back when HayWay closed its doors, very impressive product even cleaned away hard water marks that I could not get off windows with  Anything else. Hopefully  it's still around was retailed under the brand name quest marine products. If you can't find it I would give salt away a try sounds like a  similar product