Originally Posted by Snowpetrel
Ha just don't use detergents and acids at the same time! I wondered why nothing happened when I was scrubbing grime and rust stains of a 100 foot brigantine. The gang working in the bow of the dinghy
ahead of us in the stern was using an alkaline detergent, and we were using phosphoric acid. Both were nicely neutralised by each other...
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Ha! No, I rinsed well between each product. I just resorted to adding the lemon juice to the baking soda hoping in vain that the foaming action would help.
Hand cleaner, alcohol, and toilet bowl cleaner...at least I have new list.
The only other thing that has occurred to me is to put the boat in the slip backwards after this week's pump out, to let it get some daily sunshine in that area. Unfortunately, my husband has a pinched nerve and I already kicked out of his home once to take it sailing, I don't think he is going to sanction that again without our overall standing in the racing
series at stake.