Although only part of our cabin top is glass unlike Commanders we have vinyl cabin top and decks covered with vinyl. As we continue to do our toe rails with varnish we soon will want to make our decks look new.

The vinyl is in great shape except for the stern port rear next to toe rail can anyone who has moved up to a commander give us some feedback on what to apply. I have used up all my Mr Clean magic easers and need direction. I don't want to make a mistake and use the wrong product. Any suggestions for both issues would be great Photos below

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Hi John,

We had white vinyl on the decks, cabin top and hard top on our 1964 35' SeaSkiff.

My husband replaced it all with new.  When there were stains, we used softscrub with bleach.  We were very careful not to let it sit too long or go where the bleach would hurt something else.  Sometimes we used Fantastic sparingly.  We also put a liquid wax protector on it.  We were in a covered well so the boat did not take much beating from the sun.

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