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Star Brite Mildew Stain Remover

   

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The most effective way to control and prevent mildew stains on boats, RVs, automobiles and campers, Star Brite® Mildew Stain Remover instantly removes mildew from vinyl seats, cushions, tops and covers on contact. Requiring no scrubbing, this simple spray on and wipe off application works like magic.

  • Removes mildew from vinyl seats, cushions, tops and covers
  • Requires no scrubbing
  • Spray on and wipe off
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Absolutely Amazed This was a life-saver! After taking my boat out of storage, I was shocked to see how bad the mildew was on the vinyl upholstery. I was certian I would have to replace the whole interior. So I gave this product a try....this product removed all the mildew & I've had several compliments on the interior, from people who didn't know how much of a disaster it was before. It cost me (2) bottles and hours of elbow-grease, but it saved me a fortune. April 10, 2010
Actually Works I have a 1995 Nitro Bass Boat, I have had it since Sept '06 and I had left it outside without a cover on it. I use it all the time but I still didn't cover it, well I finally got a garage and I have put about 30 hours of work into my boat and one of my projects was to clean the mildew off of the seats. I followed the directions exactly as it told me and i had to only do it twice. All I can say about this product is that it works and it works great. I would definatley recommend it to anyone with the same problems that i had on my boat. January 14, 2009
not worth it Considering all the warnings and 'toxins' in this bottle, I expected it to wipe out all the mold stains on the boat seats...but after multiple applications, spraying, wiping, scrubbing, we realized it was useless. Tilex works far better; we just thought we would give this "most efective way to control and prevent mildrew stains on boats" a try. Not even close.. Not worth the money, shipping or trouble. November 10, 2010
Removes Mildew Fast I use this product every year after getting my boat out of storage, there always seems to be some mildew build-up on the seats. I spend the time up front before the season starts and clean all the seats and side panels with this product and the boat looks new when I'm done. I would recommend this product. April 14, 2009
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Is this product harmful to the stiching,like
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Hi, This contains one bottle and is much safer than bleach due to the purity of the product. While using it will smell similar, but being buffered makes it much safer.

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Just one bottle. The special buffered formula will not harm vinyl upholstery or threads. It is a much safer alternative to using bleach, and can also be used around the home or in RVs wherever mildew stains are a problem.

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I have mildew stains on these covers and want to make sure I don't mess up the water repelancy of the fabric.
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Yes you can"t scrub hard enough to hurt anything.
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It should, but the vendor recommends testing a spot first to make sure it doesn’t harm the surface. For cleaning fiberglass on boats, the vendor recommends a good boat wash first to try and clean it off or a Starbrite or Bass Pro Shops branded cleaner wax that has some grit to it.
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I've had few areas where mildew builds up on the fiberglass itself and have used the product to get it off. I think the product was more intended for removal of mildew on seats and side panels. When I would use it on fiberglass I would always make sure to wax that area immediatly so it would no fade the glass.
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