Four Winns offers a variety of weather covers for
protection of the boat and associated equipment.
Continued exposure can damage the upholstery
and seating. The seating can become thoroughly
saturated with water if not adequately protected. Refer
to Section O - Weather Covers for more information.
The appearance and longevity of the exterior
upholstery will be affected by water saturation.
Protect these items appropriately.
B. Exterior Carpets
The removable exterior grade carpeting may be
periodically washed with mild laundry soaps or
shampooed, dried and reinstalled. It is 100% UV
All cleaning methods must be followed by a thorough rinse
with clean warm water.
stabilized Oleﬁn polypropylene ﬁber with rubber
backing. See Figure N-18.
Certain household cleaners, powdered abrasives, steel wool
and industrial cleaners can cause damage and discoloration and
are not recom mended. Dry cleaning ﬂuids and lacquer solvents
should not be used as they will remove the printed pattern and
Waxes should be used with caution as many contain
dyes or solvents that can permanently damage the protective
Prior to using any mild laundry soaps or carpet
shampoo, always conduct a colorfast test on a
small inconspicuous portion of carpet before
applying to entire carpet.
*Suntan lotion, tree pollen, wet leaves and some other products
can contain dyes that stain permanently. Care should be exer-
cised and boat covers should be utilized.
Step-By-Step Vinyl Cleaning Instructions Table
DO NOT dry carpeting in an automatic dryer.
When docking or mooring your boat be aware
of your surroundings i.e. trees with pollen, wet
leaves, berries etc. These and other items can
contain dyes that stain permanently. Utilize
weather covers whenever possibly to protect
vinyl from potential stains.
Helm Cockpit Lay-In Carpet
Aft & Motorhood
ALWAYS CLEAN STAINS IMMEDIATELY!
DO NOT use 409 Cleaner or Armorall on
Swim Platform Lay-In Carpet
vinyl. Do not use kerosine, gasoline or acetone
as they will remove the protective marine
Figure N18: Cockpit Lay-in Carpet
C. Cleaning and Maintenance
All cleaning methods must be followed by
a thorough rinse with water and drying.
The following information should be useful in helping
you keep your carpet looking well maintained.
Carpet made with Oleﬁn ﬁber possesses built-in
stain and soil release for easy, less costly mainte-
nance. Regular vacuuming and occasional sham-
pooing will help it stay attractive and serviceable.
Additional cleaning information is provided by the
manufacturer and is included with this manual in the
Upholstery - Section N
Owner’s Manual Page 140
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