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Old 03-23-2011   #1
 
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mr clean...

need suggestions on how to remove stains from my drytop without ruining the the waterproof fabric...

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Old 03-23-2011   #2
 
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Must...resist...urge to.... TROLL... AAAGGGH

I would start with growing a pair. Unless you were involved in a messy murder, possibly instigated by someone spilling beer on your favorite Justin Beiber shirt, and need to erase the evidence, I would nut up.

Dry tops get dirty, rank, and all other adjectives for disgusting.
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Must...resist...urge to.... TROLL... AAAGGGH

I would start with growing a pair. Unless you were involved in a messy murder, possibly instigated by someone spilling beer on your favorite Justin Beiber shirt, and need to erase the evidence, I would nut up.

Dry tops get dirty, rank, and all other adjectives for disgusting.

OUT, OUT DAMN SPOT.
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Old 03-23-2011   #4
 
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Seriously... try running harder S#!* when you roll it gets clean

ok really, cleaning it should not remove the water proofness (yes it's a word)..it will however remove the durable water repellent finish. just go to any outdoor store and buy a wash in water repellent finish.

but really?

oh well at least you didn't ask what cooler to buy.
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Really! Someone posts a legitimate question and you guys always flame away! OP is looking for help, come on already....

Don't listen to them Monica, we understand....and don't be ashamed to use your real moniker. Oh, by the way, have you seen Bill lately?
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Old 03-24-2011   #6
 
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Really! Someone posts a legitimate question and you guys always flame away! OP is looking for help, come on already....
This is the buzz. Were just a bunch of dirty ass douche bag kayakers who care more about running rapids than the latest fashion show on the river. Rocks don't care if there is a spot on your dry top. All that should matter is that it keeps you dry. Not how good it makes you look wearing it.

Truthfully, if you think the buzz is bad. Your more than welcome to join me and 14 other lineman in the bull room. Just don't cry!
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need suggestions on how to remove stains from my drytop without ruining the the waterproof fabric...
contact the maker of your top (website should work) to see what they recommend to cleaning it with
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Here is a good product that we use
Revivex Synthetic Fabric Cleaner 12 oz

You can call with any questions.
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Must...resist...urge to.... TROLL... AAAGGGH

I would start with growing a pair. Unless you were involved in a messy murder, possibly instigated by someone spilling beer on your favorite Justin Beiber shirt, and need to erase the evidence, I would nut up.

Dry tops get dirty, rank, and all other adjectives for disgusting.
Actually, that was a classic buzz reply. Funniest thing I have seen in a while.
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Seriously guys, this person is super serious and all you can do is point fingers from your smelly out dated river garments. Personally I have found unicorn tears work well. These creatures are very tough though so beating one hard enough to make it cry is the hard part.
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