The results show how to clean boat seats with Magic Eraser andPontoon seats.

If you are a frequent visitor to Pontoonopedia, you will know that I love cleaning boat seats and vinyl upholstery with the Mr Clean Magic Eraser.It is an excellent product and takes off a lot of things.You need to be careful with how you use magic erase on vinyl.

You can see and read more about how I use this cleaning product, which shows before and after photos like the one below.

Dirt marks, insects, mold, food, and water spots are some of the unpleasant things that can happen when you spend a lot of money on your ride.This dirt can be hard to shift if left.

You can prolong the life of your vinyl, keep your boat’s value, and just look better by taking care of it.

If there is one thing I have learned over the years, it is that some little hacks can save you a lot of time and money.Magic Eraser is on vinyl seats.

Magic Eraser can be used on vinyl floors, vinyl siding, and vinyl boats seats to get amazing results.

In high traffic areas on your boat such as walkways and decks, you are going to get a lot of muddy footprints, dirt, grease, and more nasty stuff.Dirt can get embedded into the areas.

Magic Eraser is the best thing to do in these areas, as well as cleaning your boat seats.It gets the whites on your deck and flooring back to looking like new, and can work miracles on vinyl boats seats as well.

It also helps with other dirt.I mentioned insects earlier.Do you get bugs on your seats?They leave a mess with blood and black spots and are hard to clean off, but Magic Eraser works like a dream.

Micro abrasive particles are magic in Magic Erasers.If you use one every time, you might eventually create a flat dull spot, which is why I recommend you go easy and use 303 protectant afterwards.

I don’t advise boaters to use a mix of water and vinegar, a specialist hydrogen peroxide solution, or even bleach.

All of these substances can harm the vinyl on your boat, leaving a weathered and cracked look over time.The stitching in your boat seats can be destroyed by bleach, so don’t do it.

You can see the step by step process in the boat seat cleaning guide.

If you are going to be cleaning boat seats with Magic Eraser, be careful.I recommend you use a cleaning spray first to get the stubborn stains up because it can be abrasive.

This works great and I like it.The Magic Eraser can be used on the vinyl, but no need to be heavy handed.You don’t need a lot of strokes here.

If you have a newly applied boat gelcoat, I wouldn’t recommend it.It is not always going to be the case.

There are small amounts of a fine abrasive in the product, so for me, taking the risk of using that on newly applied gel coat or similar isn’t worth it.

They can make a shiny surface duller if you apply too much pressure.

If your gel coat is thick and strong, then it is not an issue and can work wonders.It is similar to wet sanding your gel coat, but can leave water spot stains.