Sail On with Universal Stone

Friendly to Marine Environments!

Looking for a modern, safe, eco-friendly cleaning product to help maintain your sail boat, power boat or watercraft? Boat cleaning is made easy with Universal Stone.  It delivers amazing cleaning and polishing results, bow to stern, and is completely eco friendly. When it comes to boats, Universal Stone easily removes algae, oxidisation, lichen, yellowing, grease, baked-on and hard-to-remove marks without scratching or fading. It cleans, polishes and protects in one step.

No matter what the surface: fibreglass gel coat, chrome, stainless steel, aluminum, enamel, glass, acrylic, plastic, painted wood, ceramics, silver, gold, copper, brass, tin, and more – fixtures and fittings, fibreglass, timber, etc., Universal Stone cleans polishes and protects in one easy step, allowing you more time to enjoy your craft.

Inside the boat, use it to clean sinks, washbasins, toilets, tiles and grout, polished stone surfaces, furniture, hotplates, ceramic hobs, windows, plastics, radiators and varnished surfaces, Universal Stone’s foam works wonders..It can even be used to remove marks from white sails and sail covers. Simply wet the sponge, wipe across the surface of Universal Stone, squeeze the sponge until lots of foam appears, and then clean the desired surface. Rinse off or wipe with a dry or damp cloth and polish. It is completely safe for children, pets and the marine environment.

Avoid using Universal Stone on oiled or waxed surfaces or dark fabrics where it may leave a white residue in deep pockets of the fabric.

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–       Universal Stone does the work of many cleaning products — saves space on-board.

–       Long lasting and economical

–       It contains no water so delivers concentrated cleaning power

–       Cleans, polishes and leaves a protective coat of vegetable-based glycerin

–       Fully biodegradable

–       Contains no phosphates, toxins, acids or animal fats

–       Safe for children, pets and the marine environment

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