Marine Wash Applications Instructions
Mix 1/2 cup Marine Wash per gallon in a bucket and dissolve. Let it perculate for 15 minutes, and it is ready to apply.
Fiberglass decks Using a stiff deck brush, dip the brush into the solution and proceed to scrub the deck. Rinse with water
Teak Again, using a deck brush, wet the teak with the solution and scrub. Rinse with water.
Sail covers, awnings, spray dodgers Spray onto fabric with either a spray bottle or pump style sprayer, or simply wet from the bucket, scrub with brush, especially areas of dirt or mold, and garden hose off. Let dry and repeat if you have stubborn spots.
Deck cushions Spray on the solution, wipe down with a sponge, cloth or brush, and hose off.
Bait tanks Pour the bucket of solution into the bait tank, scrub with a brush, then drain and rinse.
Fridge or icebox Spray interior to disinfect the surfaces and de stroy any odour causing bacteria. If the fridge or icebox has a drain, the solution will help keep the drain hose free of organic deposits that may slow the draining process.
Countertops, sink etc. Rather than using chemically toxic disinfectants, spraying the surfaces with Marine Wash will clean and disinfect, allowing the boat or RV own er to dispense with multiple cleaners
Headliner Simply spray and wipe down with the marine wash solution for removal of any mildew stains
that cause those musty smells.
Under cushion cleaning A regular spray and wipe with Marine Wash will prevent any mold and mildew growth, keeping the sleeping areas smelling fresh and clean.
Interior cushions or carpets Spray stains with a spray bottle (32 oz spray bottle needs only 2 tablespoons of powder). Do not mix in the bottle and cap as the release of the oxygen gases will blow the top off. Instead mix in an open top container, let perc then pour into the sprayer. After wetting the stains with the product, let sit for 10 minutes or so, keeping it wet, then blot with a rag, sponge or paper towel and let it dry. If a white powder remains after drying, simply vacuum it off or remove with a damp cloth.
Head Run the normal amount of water into the head. Pour a capful of the powder directly into the bowl, stir to dissolve…a common toilet brush works well. The anti-bacterial feature of the Marine Wash will ensure no odour remains in the bowl or on the brush. After letting it sit for about 15 minutes, flush into the holding tank and rinse with water. The action of the solution, as it flows through the hoses to the tank will also help remove and prevent organ ic build up along the hose walls, keeping them clean, odour free and freely flowing.
Holding tank The oxidizing action of the Marine Wash will keep the effluent from coating the tank walls, dramatically reduce any smell, and help keep the contents loose for more efficient and complete pump out.
Mixing directions are simple, just a ½ cup of Marine Mold and Algae Wash to 1 gallon of water (warm when possible), stir periodically for 10 minutes prior to use to fully activate the solution. Using a bucket and scrub brush, mop or sponge the Boat Wash on, wipe with a dry towel or hose off. For cleaning boat bottoms with algae growth mix product stronger 2 or 3 times as strong, spray thick coat on with a “garden style” pump sprayer, let sit for at least an hour and pressure wash off (if you have the time let the product stay on for a few days or a week, it will completely dry up and wash off easily).
Sail Cleaning – Empty contents into 20 – 30 gallons (75 – 115 L) of water (warm if possible) using a large container like a bathtub, kids pool, storage tub etc. Stir frequently until granules are completely dissolved from 15 – 30 minutes to fully activate the product. Soak the sail overnight up to 24 hours, remove, and rinse thoroughly with fresh water. Hang to completely dry before storage. or before use. For large roller furling headsails contact us for more specific methods
Please note that mixing instructions are measured in U.S. gallons, so feel free to add more of the powder to your mix.