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I would use the all purpose cleaner for removing heavy staining and then followed by VRT, the reason you want to use VRT on your vinyl is due to the fact it has SPF 35 built right into the product to protect from the suns harmful UV rays.

 

The leather conditioner has SPF 65  is made for Vinyl. VRT is for plastic and rubber

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I have been a boat own for over 30 years, I am a Coast Guard certified Captain and currently own 4 boats.

47' Bertram, -Dream Catcher

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38' Fountain, -De-Boner

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a 28' Silverton, -Reel Cowboy

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and a 22' Bayliner. Sorry no picture of this one.

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Easy Carla, easy, I just stated my opinion, I like the VRT for my boat on the vinyl because of the water repellency properties, as for UV protection all you need is 30 plus to get the job done!

 

 

 

The leather conditioner has SPF 65  is made for Vinyl. VRT is for plastic and rubber

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