How to Remove Mold and Mildew
Winter is finally over and you take your boat out of storage, remove the cover, and what do you find? Mold and mildew! What should you do?
Mold and mildew is a living, breathing organism. It is easily recognizable by the black speckles. You can find mold and mildew on the cabin interior, on the boat seats, in storage enclosures, on rubber fenders, on boat covers, and on marine fabrics.
How to Remove Mildew From Boat Seats
Since mold and mildew are a living organisms, the only way to kill them is with a mild bleach content, which is what the MaryKate Mildew Stain Remover contains. The bleach content is not strong enough to remove the color from the surface, but strong enough to kill the mold and mildew that could be residing there.
Removing Mildew From Vinyl Boat Seats
Simply spray the MaryKate Mildew Stain Remover onto vinyl boat seats, vinyl, or hard surfaces and rub off. It is not necessary to scrub, the spray won’t drip, and it works instantly.
We had an unusually warm winter and the prevalence of mold and mildew on your boat will be greater.
The MaryKate Mildew Stain Remover is the best stuff out there. It doesn’t take a lot to get a boat looking nice again! It is very quick and easy to use – a simple, quick way to get your boat looking new again.
You can find the MaryKate Mildew Stain Remover at Zacho Sports Center, in Chippewa Falls.