To lower the motorhood, simply reverse the process.
To remove stains, follow the guidelines below.
Do not allow the motorbox cover to “slam” shut.
Gently guide the motorbox into the “closed” po-
sition. Allowing the motorbox to “slam” shut
can damage the fiberglass motorbox.
applied with a medium-soft brush.
Tough Stains/Adhesive/Teak Oil/Rust:
Upon closing, ensure to secure the motorhood
by placing the locking lever in the locked posi-
tion by simply pushing down on the lever. This
will prevent the motorbox from vibrating and
loosening the hinge screws.
Tough Duty Cleaner™, rinse with soap and water.
To prevent possible damage to the vinyl, rinse
Never operate your boat with the engine lid in
its open position. Doing so could result in dam-
age or loss of cushion and hardware. This is
also true when trailering your boat. Cushions,
if not properly stored and secure, will blow
out of the boat.
To kill bacteria creating the mildew, vigorously brush
the stained area with a 4-to-1 mixture of water and
ammonia; rinse with water.
N - 2 EXTERIOR UPHOLSTERY CARE
Tough Mildew Stains:
The vinyl material used on the exterior upholstery can
be easily cleaned using mild detergent and water. Be
sure to thoroughly rinse the seats after washing to re-
move all soap film. Periodic spraying of the seats with
Lysol Spray Disinfectant™ will help retard mildew.
Apply a mixture of one (1) teaspoon ammonia, one-
fourth (1/4) cup of hydrogen peroxide, and three-
fourths (3/4) cup of distilled water; rinse with water.
ALWAYS CLEAN STAINS IMMEDIATELY! DO
NOT use 409 Cleaner™ or Armorall™ on vinyl.
All cleaning methods must be followed by a
thorough rinse with water.
DO NOT apply vinyl protectants such as
Armorall™. The manufacturer does not rec-
ommend this product because it removes the
oils present in vinyl that keeps vinyl soft.
Certain household cleaners, powdered abrasives, steel
wool and industrial cleaners can cause damage and dis-
coloration and are not recommended. Dry cleaning flu-
ids and lacquer solvent should not be used as they will
remove the printed pattern and gloss. Waxes should be
used with caution. May contain dyes or solvents that can
permanently damage the protective coating.
A recommended “Cleaning Kit” includes:
Ivory Dishwashing Liquid™ and water
Clean, white towels
Additional cleaning information is provided by the manu-
facturer and is included with this manual.
Fantastik Spray Cleaner™
Four Winns® offers a variety of optional weather covers
tinued exposure can damage the upholstery and seat-
ing. The seating can become thoroughly saturated with
water if not adequately protected. Refer to Section O on
Weather Covers for more information.
Tough Duty Cleaner™
(to locate the nearest distributor, call 800-537-8990)
Ammonia and hydrogen peroxide
Candia FS Owner’s Manual
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