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ricnvic

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ricnvic

can you use magic eraser on the vinyl intrior? I got a little scuff mark from a black soled tennis shoe and the babe's didn't take it off, is there anything that will take it off?

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Sunsetter95
can you use magic eraser on the vinyl intrior?  I got a little scuff mark from a black soled tennis shoe and the babe's didn't take it off, is there anything that will take it off?

I bought a box and I'm going to give it a try tomorrow. I need to get ready for our WOW at Roosevelt in AZ.

I'll put something up if I'm impressed.

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stusumm

Try a little dab of Soft Scrub. That what most the dealers use.

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Skiier64

I used the magic eraser on a really nasty dirty jump seat I bought on e-bay and it cleaned up very nicely. I'd give it a try.

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HoustonPerson

There are some black streaks that will not come off, I have used magic eraser several times. Does not work IMO. I have had much better results with the Mequires cleaner. I have two black streaks that I will try one of those Clorox Bleach Pens, someday.

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mschofield

I've had very good luck with the eraser. I've used soft scrub before but feel that it is too harsh.

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Sunsetter95
I've had very good luck with the eraser. I've used soft scrub before but feel that it is too harsh.

On really dingy areas, I would use a little SoftScrub, but for the most part, I would try some dish soap just to have a cleaning agent in with the eraser. Or maybe a non foaming soap.

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eubanks

I vote for the Magic Eraser. It has done wonders for marks that many other cleaners could not remove.

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mojito201

I just attended the Miami boat show and I picked up the new Wipe Out Eraser. This is the eraser I was waiting for cuz I'm tired of the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser ripping apart and not lasting. The WipeOut Eraser is two time thicker and works Great on a 3M handle. When I used it on the non skid with the handle it war down evenly and lasts much longer, I'm a Huge FAN.

WipeOutEraser.com

They should give me a kickback

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Bobby Light

I vote for the Magic Eraser. It has done wonders for marks that many other cleaners could not remove.

That's because it removes part of the vinyl the mark is on. I wouldn't touch my boat with one of those.

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nbeihl

The key is to rub softly and do not rub to much. Also when you are done, you need to wipe the area down with a damp cloth to clean up any left over 'Mr. Clean' chemicals.

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Stanley Wheelhouse

use em all the time with babes seat soap. works like a champ.

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Bobby Light

The key is to rub softly and do not rub to much. Also when you are done, you need to wipe the area down with a damp cloth to clean up any left over 'Mr. Clean' chemicals.

I agree you have to rub very gently with 2500 grit sandpaper (essentially what these are).

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