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    hull cleaning

    I was wondering on how I should clean the hull, outside and in. Should I some way wax it? Is there a wet to dry liquid ? FX HO 15


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    I usually dump the left over soapy water in the front hood compartment after I'm done washing it. It drains down through the hull and exits out the drain plugs. This is done before I lightly spray the engine down with water once the engine is cooled. After it's dry (day or so) I use Fluid Film every two or three outings. My interior hull is very clean. If you need more cleaning power I'd use Purple Power and dilute it two to one. It can be purchased at Auto Zone or maybe Walmart. It can also be used out of a spray bottle for for more pressure and in hard to reach areas. Works awesome on vehicle rims prior to washing them.

    For the exterior , I use Mothers carnauba wax for the hull and all painted parts excluding plastics. Others have rave reviews on the Velocity Vision products which can be purchased here to support the forum.

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    I have never cleaned out the inside...and mine are spotless. Not sure why this would ever be a problem.

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    Though, I do like to store them with the seat off and the hood up until dry

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    I have just done this yesterday. I removed some of my exhaust for access etc. Sprayed everything with a bike cleaner/degreaser. Let it sit for 5 mins. Brushed with a soft nylone brush where I could then hosed down with bungs out of the back . Then I cleaned the electrical connections with an electrial cleaner then coated everything in a silicone spray for protection. Inside of the ksi looks like new.

    For outside just usual sponge and car wash then a coat of wax.
    I then sucked any water out of low points in hull with a oil removal device i have. The let fully dry.

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