Quickly and easily remove scum lines, water stains and rust from your boat’s hull with this Bass Pro Shops Heavy-Duty Hull Cleaner. This Hull Cleaner’s wipe on and rinse off formula ensures you spend less time cleaning and more time enjoying your boat. Plus, the Hull Cleaner does not contain harsh acids or chemicals that can harm the paint or sealant. 32 ounces.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesomeunit AWESOME STUFF!
This worked GREAT on my Boats Hull. I loved it! Try it you will like it. But where a mask.
April 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by SeaRayman Great stuff!
This stuff works like magic! Took my 24ft. SeaRay out of the water after our last outing. Water was very dirty and left the hull looking like we dunked in it tea! I did not have a chance to clean it when winterizing and the boat sat in storage for 6 months with the stain on it. Needless to say I was a bit worried about getting the hull clean. This stuff took it off in no time. Just like the instructions say, wipe on, wait 2 minutes, and hose off. Started at the stern and worked about half way up the side. Looked back and nothing but brilliant white!! Hosed it off and the hull looks brand new! I've never seen anything like it. The entire boat took less than 1/4 of the bottle. Important to wear rubber gloves since it contains oxalic acid. I was outside so the fumes were not a problem. It did not seem to harm the paint on my trailer either. Just be sure to hose everything off well. Washed the hull down and wiped it dry. Clear coat just as shiny as every. Good coat of wax and we're ready for the water again. Going to keep a bottle of this handy at all times!
April 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ed1234 Hull Cleaning Success
Two or three spray applications took care of a very dirty fiber glass hull. For thick deposits (up to a eighth of an inch in growth) I used the hull cleaner and a scraper. Both deposits and stains were gone with a bit of elbow grease, hull cleaner and a water rinse.
July 5, 2011
This product would be great to take the water line off of the hull of the boat (combined with a soft bristle brush like those at the manual car-wash sites). If you are trying to remove water spots from air drying on the painted portions, you may want to consider a marine grade wax to apply such as you do on your automobile.