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Y-10 Fiberglass Stain Remover is a unique stain absorbing gel that serves a variety of purposes. Ideal for removing oil, rust, exhaust, waterline and transom stains. Also for shower stalls and furniture made of fiberglass.
Its non-abrasive quality means that it's safe to use on white painted surfaces as well as on gel-coat. Just be sure to test a small area first to be sure Y-10 will not damage the finish. This product requires no sanding or compounding, and can simply be applied with a brush, sponge or cloth. Wait a few minutes and then wipe or rinse off.
Note: We are currently sold out of Y-10 and do not have an estimated restock date from manufacturer as of April 2020.
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Y-10 Fiberglass Stain Remover. Have lots of little black dots and stains from spiders and stains from bird droppings. Will this product remove the stains?
It does a good job on most stains, apply and let it set 10 minutes, scrub and rinse.
can you get this at any retail stores?
I have only found it on-line through Jamestown....it is great stuff
I haven't found it in many places...That's why I buy it here
I have not found Y-10 at any retail stores. Only place I found it was online.
I haven't seen it anywhere.
I haven't been able to find Y-10 anyplace but online. I've tried other hull cleaning products that were twice the cost with poor results. This stuff is amazing. Use a paint brush to wipe it on, wait a minute and rinse off. You won't be disappointed. Blessings
Will this remove the yellow stains on a fiberglass wall insert in my bathtub/shower? I've tried just about everything?
Try using lemon juice cut 50/50 with water. Works great, won't strip wax and safe for the environment.
I would give it a try. Haven't used it for that but it removes the yellow stains white boats get along water line like magic - just wipe on and let it sit a few minutes and stain disappears without scrubbing, etc. I think the fiberglass gel coat is the same on both boat and shower so very good chance it will work
I use the Y-10 on stubborn stains from the river on my boat. Nothing else short of stripping the wax and finish off got rid of the stains but the Y-10 easily did.
I don't know what might have caused the stain in your bathroom but I can say Y-10 certainly removed the stains from my fiberglass boat like magic. I don't think it will hurt to try and the cost is not that prohibitive either.
The white fiberglass that I need to remove stains from has some teak strips running along the floorboards and seats. Will it harm the teak?
I only use it on the outside of my hull because it is pretty strong. My guess is that it could harm your teak.
I doubt it very seriously, but since I only used it on the fiberglass, I cannot say for sure. Did not seem that toxic.
I have never used the product near teak, so I can't answer your question with first hand knowledge. Since it does contain oxalic acid, there is a possibilty that it will bleach the teak lighter, but it shouldn't harm the wood.
I have never seen it used on teak or used it on teak, so I personally would be careful. Perhaps call the manufacturer.
Wood stain got on my tub 15 years ago. I have not found anything I trust to not hurt finish or color. will this product work for me?
Unfortunetly, I dont think it will get rid of wood stain. It cant hurt to try though. I know it wont hurt the surrounding fiberglass even if you leave it on for an extended period of time. The upside is that I use this to clean our bathtub and shower stall now and it gets it spotlessly clean. FYI it is the exact same thing as FSR but a little cheaper.
Tough call, Y-10 will probably remove the stain but I am not 100% on the finish or color. The product is great but I make sure to only use it once a year on my boat because it is strong and I fear if I use it too often it will begin to remove the gel coat.
Works well on mildew stains and salty dirt accumulation on white fiberglass sailboat. Not at all sure about effectiveness on porcelain but would not hesitate to try it.
I've found Y-10 to be very effective on my fiberglass boat for removing rust and other type stains. I don't think it will hurt to try on a tub (fiberglass or ceramic finish).
We here at Suzlon use Y-10 on fiberglass and painted fiberglass with no damage of any kind. I cant speak to wood stain but it does a great job remvin rust stains in both paint and fiberglass and it's the only thing that worked for us on these turbine projects.
DALE BROWN C/O SUZLON WIND ENERGY
I used Y-10 Fiberglass stain remover to clean very difficult rust/tannin stains from the gelcoat bottom of my sailboat. It worked very well if brushed on and given sufficient time to work. It did not harm the gelcoat. I cannot say if it would work on 15 year old stain but it might be worth a try.
i used it on a waterline (yellow) stain on my sailboat...did a very good job. did not hurt the bootstripe. did not hurt the gelcoat.if you are concerned then mask off a small square in an inconspicuous spot. and try it. product does not need to sit long. use a rough texture cloth to do the scrubbing. no scour pads or the like...i recommend finishing with a good wax as a stain must have opened up some pores or there would be no stain.
It is simply the best one out there.
I have been using Y-10 for years on my Sabre 28 which I have had owned for 42 years, We sail mostly in western Long Island Sound, now have 42,000NM on her. By the end of the season we get quite a "mustache" stain on the original gelcoat. Because it is a jell that does not sag, your bottom paint is safe and it so easy and rewarding when the stain just disappears!Sometimes it is hard to find, glad Jamestown carries it
Tom, sailboat "Night Moves"
New York City
I would buy this again
Very easy. apply. Wait 10 minutes. Hose it off.
Panama City, Fl
Simply the Best
Removes organic stains like magic, whether from a northern lake, the infamous ICW mustache, lfallen leaves on deck or other sources. Brush it on and the stain disappears. Great stuff!
Vermont and Florida
This stuff is the bomb
I tried Y-10 after recommendation from boat yard 2 years ago. It's a product that actually works better than you expect for water line hull discoloration. This year after 3 months cruising had a "river smile" over much of the hull. Just brushed on the gel in 4 ft sections, hosed it off, it works so fast you can immediately see where you have worked and any missed areas. Hull looks perfect in 2 hrs (mainly moving the raft along hull). A 16 oz jar does my 36 ft hull except transom but I bought 3 jars anyway to save shipping charges since it cleans FRP anywhere on the boat just as easily.
Hilton Head, SC
Took off years of the "Chesapeake smile". Brown stains from the Chesapeake Bay and creeks. Literally wipe on and hose or wipe off. If your hull is dirty get Y10.
Does not work as advertised
I bought the marketing material hook, line & sinker. Don't bother with this product. There are better ones out there.
A little goes a long way and beats more expensive FG product
Easy on, fast dry time, easy off
Chesapeake City, MD
Removes stains on the boat
We love this product. 4 jars came in two different boxes. First box was broke and two jars were broke. I was able to get one jar out of the two boxes. The box was packed good but not enough for the USPS. Mailman said to forget it.
Pennsauken, New Jersey
This product is great for removing almost every stain you could get on your boat.It is easy to apply and comes off very easy.I also used it on my shower,which is fiberglas it looks new.
It workd very good,easy to apply and remove does a real good job on any fiberglas.