What's the best way to remove yellowing from being stored in water

IM2MONEY

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Jimmy
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Boston whaler 19
Looking for suggestions on how to remove dirty water marks from boat that was stored in water. I thinking about purchasing this boat just wondering how realistic it is to clean the the sides to look new again. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Jimmy

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Capt.C.Delany

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    Hugh Jassole / The Porcelain Punisher
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    oxalic acid, you can get it at Worst Marine. Typically used for cleaning teak but it will also take off stains like rust and everything else. Dilute it with water and wash away.
     
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    ?? fisherman

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    Mike
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    Scrubbing bubbles (the stuff in the can).

    Don't laugh till you try it..... takes off black marks and most other problem stains with ease, and it probably cost less than all the others.

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    Thatsbait

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    Thatsbait
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    Starbright gel hull cleaner. Walmart about $10. It will make the hull look brand new. My boat sits in the mud on a minus tide, pull it every 30 days. I use this product all the time. Works perfect!
     
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