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Snipe 12-24-2012 04:07 PM

Stitching
 
Has any one here ever cleaned their stitching on the upholstery? I know boats are meant to get wet. But if you can keep things dry and treated from dry rot, I'm a firm believer that it will last a lot longer. The boat I just got, could use a little attention to the stitching as it is kind of grey against the white or really light grey. I thought of using a tooth brush but I don't want to have to rinse. What are your thoughts? Besides laughing.:toast::toast: Have one on me...

TN X-45 12-24-2012 08:50 PM

Use totally awesome. Works perfect!

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JRW160 12-25-2012 12:44 AM

Totally awesome and a brush. I usually just use a larger nylon brush, but a toothbrush would be good if you just want the hit the stitching good. I always rinse with water afterwards then let it dry and apply 303 protectant.

GoneBoatN 12-25-2012 01:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Snipe (Post 898002)
Has any one here ever cleaned their stitching on the upholstery? I know boats are meant to get wet. But if you can keep things dry and treated from dry rot, I'm a firm believer that it will last a lot longer. The boat I just got, could use a little attention to the stitching as it is kind of grey against the white or really light grey. I thought of using a tooth brush but I don't want to have to rinse. What are your thoughts? Besides laughing.:toast::toast: Have one on me...

Maybe invert the seat to rinse. this way water runs off but you rinse the cleaner out of the stitching.


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