Removing Barnacle Rings

Removing Algae, Barnacles & Mussels. Protecting Against Osmosis & Marine Growth.
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Captain Aurora
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GW asked:

Do you have a product for removing the white barnacle bases left after a fiberglass hull is pressure washed?

Captain Aurora
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Joined: Fri Aug 13, 2004 10:24 am

Use Aurora [url=https://www.auroramarine.com/store/algae-strip.html]Algae Strip[/url]. Put it on with a paint roller. Let it stand for about 20 minutes and rinse off. If the rings are will developed, you may have to scrape the softened bases with a wooden scraper (so you don't scratch the hull) and repeat the process.

When the hull is clean, we recommend scrubbing the bottom with [url=https://www.auroramarine.com/store/boat-scrub.html]Boat Scrub[/url] to remove all traces of the cleaner and other dirt, grime, stains and oxidization, then protecting your hull against further barnacle attachment with [url=https://www.auroramarine.com/store/vs721-bottom-coat.html]VS721 Bottom Coat[/url].

Thanks for your question,

Captain Aurora



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