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WPBTiger
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Waxing/Cleaning Non-Skid Decks and Floors
Bluemoons, Whotdat and whoever else has any tips. Are you waxing your non-skid decks and floors the same as the rest of your fiberglass? Does it make these areas to slick when walking/standing on? Any tips/suggestions appreciated.



back9Tiger
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re: Waxing/Cleaning Non-Skid Decks and Floors
Woody’s wax.


CP3
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re: Waxing/Cleaning Non-Skid Decks and Floors
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Woody’s wax.





runningdog
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re: Waxing/Cleaning Non-Skid Decks and Floors
Woody’s. Be sure to read follow the instructions; otherwise, it can be really slippery. I use Woody wash as well.

Edit: I fish offshore, so lots of salt, bait parts, blood, etc. The boat gets a Saltaway bath then a Woody wash when I finish. About every third or fourth trip I use Barkeeper’s friend (gel) for deep stains, etc. Barkeeper’s strips wax, so you have to use Woody’s wax after finishing. I use a Star brite vinyl protector on the bolsters and seats. I use a Star brite windshield product for the T-top windshield. For mildew I use a Clorox product. I let the yard wax the hull as I can’t get to everything while the boat is on the lift.
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