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Boat Juice: The Official EVA Foam Cleaner

Published: Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Protect your investment! Maintain the gorgeous look of your SC Wake SeaDek installation with SC Wake Boat Juice.

SC Wake partnered with a professional factory with 50+ years of chemical experience to create this safe, effective, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly (CA Prop 65 compliant) cleaning option formulated for removing the surface dirt off EVA foam boat flooring. The cleaning potential was optimized using a colorfast solution while still acing all immersion testing performed - a piece of foam was submerged into the Boat Juice formula for months with no oil effect.

 

"SC Wake Boat Juice works wonders on the nine sheets of SeaDek that are installed in my Nautique G23." — Bill F.

"While applying paint to my boat floor in the heat of Lake Pleasant, Arizona I stepped away for about 5 minutes to grab something. A quick gust of wind tipped over my bucket of black paint all over my seats. Luckily I had my bottle of Boat Juice that cleaned it right up!" — Jodie S.

“I’ve had SeaDek on my boat for multiple seasons and there was never a specific cleaner I could use to clean my floors. I’ve tried a little bit of everything on them, but Boat Juice just seems to check all the boxes. My floors are cleaner than ever! Thanks SC Wake!” — Nick K.

Cleaning Methods:

For best results, apply directly to a cool surface. When working in direct sunlight, lightly mist with water after applying Boat Juice. Move around the Boat Juice with a light to hard bristle brush. Let it sit for 15-30 seconds, then add a small amount of water to the surface and lightly scrub again before rinsing. If desired, wipe the surface with a chamois or towel.

Available in a convenient 32 oz. spray bottle, Boat Juice is also safe on upholstery and carpet, comes with a 100% money-back guarantee, and is made in the USA.

Contact SC Wake for more information: 1-855-scwake1, [email protected], or order online at www.SCWake.com.

 

 


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