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Care and Maintenance

It is important to perform regular maintenance on your floors, to help maintain their lasting durability. Marine flooring products are stain resistant, but not stain proof. Never use harsh chemicals such as bleach, acetone, marine hull cleaner, or unsafe chemicals for marine environments. Spills should be cleaned up immediately to avoid staining. Weekly cleaning by spraying down your floors will help prevent any stains from becoming embedded and eliminate the need for future deep cleaning. Evaluate the area you are cleaning before you determine the steps and products needed to complete the job. Marine flooring is easily washed with mild soaps and other household detergents suitable for vinyl material, even power washing, leaving you more time to enjoy your boat.

  1. Spray the surfaces down regularly to avoid build up.
  2. Spills should be wiped or mopped immediately, with a damp mop or cloth.
  3. Remove all debris, surface soils, salt and grit by sweeping or vacuuming the surface.
  4. Brush or sweep with cool water using a deck brush or soft to medium stiff brush.
  5. Apply soap or cleaner to penetrate the dirt/stain for 2-3 minutes.
  6. Lightly scrub the area and rinse off the flooring.
  7. Repeat on the affected area until completely clean.
  8. Allow floors to dry before proceeding with traffic.



  • Microfiber cloth
  • Deck brush
  • Soft bristle scrub brush
  • Broom and/or vacuum
  • Powerwasher
  • Soft toothbrush for hard to reach spots


Always follow the manufacturer instructions on proper use of the recommended cleaners

  • Mild soaps or household detergents suitable for vinyl
  • Rejuvenate Non-Skid Deck Cleaner
  • Starbrite Vinyl Protector
  • Starbrite Mildew Stain Remover
  • 3M Mildew Stain Removers
  • MAR Multi-Purpose Marine Cleaner
  • Menignar’s Vinyl and Rubber Cleaner & protectant
  • Bass Pro Shops Non-Skid Deck Cleaner with PTEF Cleaners NOT to use:
  • Oxy-clean Laundry Detergent

 Cleaners NOT to use:

  • Marine Hull Cleaner
  • Undiluted Bleach
  • Acetone


The floors surface is non-porous to prevent stains and scents. However, vinyl is not a stain proof material. Certain dyes, inks, rubber based material, chemicals and tannin based leaves may cause permanent staining.

  1. Rinse the soiled area to remove debris, salt and grit.
  2. Prepare your cleaning solution – we recommend diluting the chemical cleaner with clean, warm water.
  3. Apply to the stain and let sit for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Use soft bristle scrub brush if needed
  5. Wipe away stain or excess with clean towel – recommend a soft microfiber towel.
  6. Rinse to remove any soap residue
  7. Allow to air dry


  • Be mindful of your surrounding environment when washing and rinsing your floors. We do not advise using bleach or harsh chemicals if they may end up in the body of water.
  • Always rinse thoroughly to completely remove any residue that could come from cleaning.
  • Allow product to air dry.
  • Mildew forming on foreign substances left on vinyl flooring is a leading cause of stains. Immediately use an approved mildew stain remover at the first signs of stains starting to form.