Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Bilge maitenance


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For most things, plain old vinegar is a good solution. It's cheap, and the only thing you need to keep it away from is nylon.

 For cleaning the bilge sump, and other places where the problem is grease, a little bit of Dawn dish soap, hot water, a brush and some elbow grease is the best solution.  It won't hurt anything, and is quite effective.

On our boat, those are the two cleaning products that get used 90% of the time. 

Bill Kinney
SM160, Harmonie
Boston, Mass

---In amelyachtowners@..., <bazgrayson@...> wrote :

Hi All, so Bleach is bad. What is the best alternative to use to clean the showers and heads and anything else that goes into the bilge or will touch copper tubes?
Alan Grayson
Not an owner yet ( but hopefully soon) if everyone stops buying all the inventory

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