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Old 15-08-2011, 12:34   #16
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Anything but vinegar. I can't stand the smell.
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Re: Challenge: Cleaning Hypalon

+1 on Muriatic acid. Wear gloves and eye protection.
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Anything but vinegar. I can't stand the smell.
your loss as vinegar will clean most anything without chemical ruination or over acidification. is also CHEAP
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I was told to use acetone on my hypalon tubes
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Re: Challenge: Cleaning Hypalon

Used Spray 9 to clean my Walker Bay Hypalon dingy, left a very sticky residue that's a magnet for dirt. Any way to neutralize the spray 9 effect?
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Magic eraser works great with orpine boat soap. Not too aggressive.
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