To order parts call us at 800-231-8978.
Please have your yacht’s hull identification number (HIN) available during your call.
Marine Specialties Group
A Division of G&T Industries
Facilities in Florida, Indiana, Michigan and Tennessee
Type of Product: Vinyl
Surface Composition: 100% Polyurethane (face)
Backing Composition: 70% Rayon/30% Cotton (backing)
Applications: Headliner, Upholstery, Wallcoverings
Vinyl should be cleaned regularly with warm water and a mild dish soap or Vinyl finish cleaner using a soft clean cloth then rinsed with a soft clean cloth. For dirt build-up, spray Vinyl Finish Cleaner, let soak for approximately 10 minutes, then gently scrub with a soft bristle brush. For specific stain removal, see Cleaning Recommendations on our website: www.marinespecialtiesgroup.com.
To further protect the vinyl from early degradation, use 303 Vinyl Protectant. Spray on, then wipe dry. 3030 Vinyl Protectant should be applied every 3-5 weeks when the boat is in use. Regular cleaning with mild soap and water or Vinyl Finish Cleaner will not remove the 303.
Do not use 409 (the bottle states not to use on vinyl), do not use kerosene, gasoline, or acetone, they will remove the protective Marine topcoat.
Do not use any silicone based protectants, they will extract the plasticizer leaving the vinyl hard and brittle, and eventually cracking will occur.
Certain household cleaners, powdered abrasives, steel wool, and solvent cleaners can cause damage and discoloration and are not recommended. Dry cleaning fluids and lacquer solvents should not be used, as they will remove printed pattern and gloss. Bleach will deteriorate the thread.
Vinyl upholstered should be covered when not in use, to protect from further sun exposure or natural acts of tree debris, air pollutants and acid rain.
Vinyl should be cleaned, protected, covered and stored in a dry, well-ventilated area.
Note: This information in this document is supplied by the Vendor. Carver Yacht Group provides this document for your convenience only and claims no responsibility for content.