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Old 07-18-2011, 11:35 PM   #1
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Default New 2400 SCR Owner - rust stain run off problem

Hello,
We just bought a 1994 Maxum 2400 SCR. We were/are very happy with it so far. When we took a look at her and took her for spin she handled and looked great. Real, Real Clean. The previous owner barely used her and they took great care. So the first thing I did when we took her home was have it detailed the next day. Boy did she shine! Well until we returned from our first boating trip. But after a short time at sea there was rust run off from the railings etc running down the sides of the boat. How do I prevent for the next trip, aside from replacing all the chrome or metal pieces.

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PS. If anyone has Owners Supplements or Engine Owners manual....or knows where to locate online please let me know. I have posted some pic below. Sorry for the foggy one, I didn't realize until too late that the humidity fogged up the lens.

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Old 07-19-2011, 12:00 AM   #2
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welcome to the zoo!!!...

sounds like a deal....

to get rust off...use something like barkeepers friend...that stuff will get the rust off..then use some wax or polish to protect it from rust..


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