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Davis FSR Fiberglass Stain Remover
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Davis FSR Fiberglass Stain Remover
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Davis FSR Fiberglass Stain Remover Customer Questions and Answers

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I have yellow stains in the fiberglass surround of my bathtubs. Will this remove them?

Asked on 09/09/2013 by Undisclosed

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I don't know about bath tubs, but it does a great job on my white fiberglass boat!

Answered on 09/10/2013 by ROBERT CUTLER
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It probably will, I used on my boats fiberglass after sitting in water for 5 months and it removed all the green/yellow water stains that were on the boat. Looked good as new - Loved the product!

Answered on 09/09/2013 by JIM HUGGINS

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This product works on my boat's fiberglass hull

Answered on 09/10/2013 by JOHN DORCHESTER

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Yes This is a great cleaner, Just follow instructions and give it time, it will clean most anything

Answered on 09/10/2013 by LIFTMAN LIFTMAN
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Is this an acid base?

Asked on 11/23/2013 by Undisclosed

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I believe it is acid based. It certainly acts that way. According to the bottle, it contains isopropanol and oxalic acid. Hope this helps.

Answered on 11/23/2013 by PETER CHURTON
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I could be wrong but I believe it is a mild muriatic acid base. It does work very well.

Answered on 11/24/2013 by ROSS ELDRIDGE

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I'm really not sure because the product is in our summer home. I can tell you though that I use it on our jet skies and it works well with Bo problems. Our jet skies look new.

Answered on 11/23/2013 by ANDREW WOLF
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I have a 27 year old American standard whirlpool bathtub. The jets and rings were white plastic but they've yellowed. I need help restoring the white color. They cant be replaced, so what do I do?

Asked on 12/12/2014 by Eric Last Name

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You will probably need to get a company in that restores fiberglass tubs. The FSR is a great cleaner, but will not remove the yellowing, that is just aging and loss of the plasticizers on those parts.

Answered on 12/12/2014 by LIFTMAN LIFTMAN
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This product did a great job of removing dirt and grime but if the parts you are talking about have just yellowed with age I don't believe this will do the trick. Spounds more like the plastic has discolored and I don't know anything that can fix that

Answered on 12/12/2014 by JOSEPH FERRARA
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Is this good for a shower stall also that is fiberglass?

Asked on 06/08/2014 by Joan Skoog

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Is this good for fiberglass showers also?

Answered on 06/08/2014 by Joan Skoog
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This stuff was great on my boat...it cleared up old diesel exhaust staining on the transom. I'd imagine it would tackle a shower stall...I have some left over. perhaps I'll try it.

Answered on 06/08/2014 by IAN HAMBY
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Open FSR container has turned mostly clear - no longer blue. Is this ok?

Asked on 09/29/2018 by Michele from VT

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It won't work as well.

Answered on 10/15/2018 by JD Tech Team
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If I clean a fiberglass shower with this product do I need to coat the shower with anything afterward?

Asked on 03/26/2017 by Gail from Sheridan, AR

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I find that if you use Aerospace 303 protectant on fiberglass, it repels stains well.

Answered on 03/28/2017 by JD Tech Team
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Has anyone used this product to remove the yellow discoloration from fiberglass RV shower caused by sunlight coming through skylight?

Asked on 09/21/2013 by Dave Ross

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I tried this product on my boat hull. Some yellowing has occurred over the years. I was not able to remove the yellowing. In my case I believe the yellowing is on the fiberglass below the gel coat and the FSR didn't penetrate the gel coat. It may work fine if applied directly to fiberglass.

Answered on 10/10/2013 by JOHN MULLEN
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will it affect allcrip painted surfaces?

Asked on 03/22/2013 by Bill Farmer

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Please tell Bill F that I would love to help, but I'm afraid I don't know what the term "allcrip painted surfaces" means. I googled the it but was unable to come up with anything. Perhaps if I knew what the term means, I could be of some help. However, I've only used Davis FSR on my fiberglass boat for which it works exceptionally well. Sorry I'm not more help.

Answered on 03/26/2013 by PETER CHURTON
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