Laser cleaning

Discussion in 'Laser Talk' started by Rory Murdoch, Mar 13, 2017.

  1. Rory Murdoch

    Rory Murdoch New Member

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    I recently used a grime cleaner to remove some marks on my hull . Is it okay to use ?
     
  2. fhhuber

    fhhuber Member

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    depends on the cleaner...

    The boat is fiberglass with gel-coat. Abrasive cleaners will slowly wear through the gel-coat (or any paint)

    There are good marine and automotive fiberglass cleaners.
     
  3. Rory Murdoch

    Rory Murdoch New Member

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    It was a paste cleaner for getting hard dirt off ovens
     
  4. Emilio Castelli

    Emilio Castelli Member

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    Your boat will melt.
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  5. Rory Murdoch

    Rory Murdoch New Member

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    It's a non acidic one though . Your able to rub it on your hands and it doesn't burn
     
  6. Rory Murdoch

    Rory Murdoch New Member

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    It's called revive power paste
     
  7. torrid

    torrid Just sailing

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    I would try a mild solvent before anything else.
     

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