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Thule Box: user uber fail

post #1 of 11
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A rolling stone gathers no moss, however a box left in the woods since last ski season is a different story.
post #2 of 11

Any good cleaner should take that right off. I hope you take better care of your skis. ;)

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Originally Posted by Max Capacity View Post

Any good cleaner should take that right off. I hope you take better care of your skis. wink.gif

That is cleaned smile.gif
post #4 of 11

Do you have a electric power washer ?

post #5 of 11

Take it to your local car detailer. Have him compound, polish, and wax it. The box has a gelcoat finish, so you might luck out and be able to salvage it. If it's too far gone, have it painted to match the Honda. 

 

Mike

post #6 of 11

If you don't have a power washer, a scotch brite and something strong like 409 or bleach should work.  Rubbing compound should do it also. 

 

I have a fiberglass one.  Tool a Scotch brite to it, then 0000 brillo.  Wiped it down good and painted it.  Went from beige to black.

post #7 of 11

I think the look gives it "Character".

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I think the look gives it "Character".

 

Agreed.

Redneck Chic.  Thumbs Up

post #9 of 11
Thread Starter 
Beats the alternative:



post #10 of 11

I was expecting to see something like this:

post #11 of 11

Just add more duct tape:newkeyboard:

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