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    APC+ or non skid cleaner

    can i dilute apc+ to act like the non skid cleaner?

    can i dilute apc+ to clean the storage area carpet(slightly moldy)? if so what ratio?

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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    APC+ is certainly ok for carpets.

    It will also work fine to try as a non-skid cleaner. The non-skid cleaner will be a bit more 'dedicated' to a marine environment, which can be helpful if the stains are bad. But if you are keeping up with things, an APC would be fine. You also do not want a product that will leave a dressing behind on the deck, as this would get slick with water on it. The APC's wont leave any dressing behind.
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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    Awesome!!!

    should i use 10-1 ratio for apc+ or go higher ratio like 20:1???

    if i can't get my hands on the non skid cleaner ill use the apc+...

    for the carpet i was thinking of using apc+ at 4:1

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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    10:1 is the general starting point for the APC's.
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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    sweet ill use my 10:1 ratio bottle first if that is no good i will switch to my 4:1 bottle!!!

    thanks for your help!

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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    I mix all of mine 7:1, 28oz of water and 4oz of product, makes exactly 32oz or up to the first ring or so on the neck, the dilution directions puts to the ring just above the label and get about 28oz of product.....

    Can't go wrong with the 10:1 or 4:1 if needed. I just like the extra 4oz of product added to my bottles.....
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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    I know this is an old post, but I just want add that Non-skid cleaner works very well. I had tried various other cleaners on my non-skid but none left a nice white finish but the non-skid cleaner worked.

    Just wanted to add that!

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    Re: APC+ or non skid cleaner

    Hmm. What is "non-skid" cleaner anyways?


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