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This stuff is the best boat cleaner I have ever used.
It is called Sundance and it works great on Water Spots from the lake or river. I have used it on my entire boat when I pull it out and it is really worth it.


I have it for sale on the SHOP page of my site http://www.riverracerx.com for $10.00/bottle, for a 32.oz. size!!

Believe me. I wouldn't go to the trouble to sell it if I didn't think it was a good product. A couple of the other guys there have bought some and they agree.

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Lake Havasu's Premiere Powerboat Club!
http://www.riverracerx.com
 

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It has wax in it along with the cleaner, so it leaves it with a nice smooth finish. Works great on the spots that show up on the stainless. I haven't tried it in salt water though, although I hear it works well for that too.
 

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How about scum lines from sitting at the beach all day,,,,,????
 

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Leave my boat in the Marina at Havasu for the weekends I am there. Takes the scum off, no problem. I have black checkers in back and it takes the water spots off there very well. I was extremely impressed with it when I tried it.
 

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We didn't-but it worked for him-so mission accomplished. I wouldn't stoop so low as to call him scum-actually he is an opportunist with a remarkable sense of creativity when it comes to accomplishing an objective, which he obviously planned with a great deal of forethought (not foreplay BN) and preparation. Had to help him there-he does get confused in certain areas.
 
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