Davis Instruments Fiberglass Stain Remover
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Get your watercraft shipshape before winter storage with Davis Instruments® Fiberglass Stain Remover. Rid your boat of black streaks and waterline stains on the hull, oils stains on the transom and rust on the stainless steel stanchions with Davis FSR. This unique, stain absorbing gel requires no sanding or compounding and is effective on fiberglass (Gel coat), metal and white painted surfaces.
- Stain absorbing gel
- Removes oil, rust, waterline and transom stains
- Safe to use on white painted surfaces as well as on gel-coat
- Requires no sanding or compounding
- Wipes or rinses off
- 16 oz. jar
Davis® Fiberglass Stain Remover
Removed 4-5 years of water stains with a single application.
Due to an injury I wasn't up to hand washing & waxing my boat for 4 years. Dug out a half a container of FSR that was at least 5 yrs old, and used it today. It took my solid white boat back to its original appearance with a single LITE application.
Highly recommend applying with a quality paint brush. Other applicators seem to waist material. I have a 16'4", WIDE beam, DEEP V center console, and can treat my entire outer hull with 1/2 - 2/3 of a 16oz container.
If you wash your boat with a soft brush, or rag before applying FSR there doesn't seem to be any benefit in applying a heavy coat.
Do the boat in sections as you would with wax. This product has to be washed / wiped off after it dries, but if left on for TOO long in the sun it's more difficult to wash off.
A HEAVY coat, or coats of wax should be applied after the stains are removed. If the wax is maintained I normally only need to use this stuff once per year.
April 8, 2012
This stuff works great for muddy films on white bottom boats. Wipe on and wipe off, very little work.
June 9, 2010
This stuff is awesome!
Use it on my 20' Trophy Walk Around and it is incredible. If you need to get water line or other stains off your hull this is the stuff to use. After my boat sat in the water for a couple weeks (it's not bottom painted) it had some bad water stains and even after power washing some remained. I took a new kitchen sponge and wiped the FSR along the waterline and it now looks like new. No srcubbing just wipe or brush on and it works. Just came behind it with the power washer to rinse off. I am a customer of this product for life!
August 27, 2007
Stains and crud disappear
I used this on a shower pan that was over 30 years old. The rust, scale and mineral buildup were bad, but were easily removed with CLR-type products. The stains in the fiberglass wouldn't come out with anything else I tried, until FSR.
I applied it with a foam paintbrush and then used a plastic scraper to remove the built-up gunk.
A second coat made the pan look almost brand-new.
November 14, 2006
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