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This times one hundred. I didn't use it the first season or two. Ended up having to do the Meguiers three step oxidation remover to get the water spots off. Spray the hot sauce and wipe her down after I pull her out each time and she looks showroom new all the time.I would recommend Boat Bling Hot Sauce to keep that beauty shining.
Welcome! Beer cooler comes to mind.I purchased my first boat recently, Yamaha 242x.
What things should I have on board immediately.
1. Life vest (where to buy)
Will do.Welcome! Beer cooler comes to mind.
If you'd like to add to your profile a location of where you live, it doesn't have to be exact, people can give you location specific help sometimes. The location is under your name and account settings.
I shop Fleet Farm which is a midwest store. Overtons is good.