I have tried grease lightning, mean green, etc.... nothing gets it off easily.What is the best cleaner for cleaning mold off vinyl seats on a pontoon boat?
I would NOT recommend using bleach. If you would like to find out more about why you shouldn't use bleach check out this link:
Instead use something like white vinegar or you can get a natural cleaner that has been scientifically proven to kill and remove mold and keep it from coming back for at least a year or two. You can find the cleaner either through a local distributor of Young Living products or on the site I reference above.
If you use the cleaner just dilute it 10:1 (water to cleaner), so that you can get your moneys worth out of it, and spray it on the seat cushions let sit for a few minutes and then you should be able to wipe it off completely without a lot of work.
Those are both worth trying - if the mold is heavy as its been for me on my vinyl seats, I have had to go a little stronger and use some cleaner with a small amount of bleach in it - you can even add a few drops of bleach to a small container of water and sponge it on - use as little bleach as possible as it is a damaging chemical. Afterward I rinse it really clean several times with clear water, and then when dry top it off with a couple good coats of a vinyl protectant like Armor All. This keeps it moist and clean and prevents cracking in the vinyl.What is the best cleaner for cleaning mold off vinyl seats on a pontoon boat?
Star-brite mold and mildew remover. try this link for more info.http://www.starbrite.com/
oxi clean. hands down the best cleaning product out there!!!!!What is the best cleaner for cleaning mold off vinyl seats on a pontoon boat?
Try 409 or try wd40.
try using bleach