E. Stain Removal Procedures
Regular maintenance such as vacuuming, hosing
or washing should be performed. Most stains and
mildew are easily removed from carpet made with
Oleﬁn ﬁber using common household cleaners. Refer
to Table I. Oleﬁn™ ﬁber is so resistant to chemical
attack that Clorox™ bleach may be used to clean up
any mildew that may result from excessive wetness.
Code for stain removal procedure (See Table 1):
“A” Apply warm water and household detergent in
minimal amounts to stained area. Sponge or
scrape until stain is removed. Rinse with clean
“B” Apply warm water and household detergent.
Work well into stained area then ﬂush with
Most stains should be easily removed however, if
the stain persists, the cleaning procedure should be
repeated to insure stain removal. Remember, the
sooner the stain removal process begins, the easier
the stain will be to remove.
Do not use dry cleaning solvents on carpet or
vinyl. Permanent damage to the ﬁber will
N - 3 REPLACEMENT UPHOLSTERY
Should upholstery become severely soiled, torn, or in
some manner damaged, replacement upholstery
cushions are available. Larger upholstery items have
separate component parts for easier serviceability.
Depending upon the year and model of the boat, most
upholstery parts can be obtained through your Four
Winns servicing dealer within a short period of time.
Table I: Stain Removal
Upholstery - Section N
Owner’s Manual Page 155
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