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'17 S238 blood stain on the flooring

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So last weekend out on the lake my daughter ended up with a cut on her toe.  In the process we got a couple spots of blood on the flooring of the boat.  (not Carpet or fiberglass)  I believe it is the Gator step flooring and clues as to how to get it out without damaging the floor?

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This is what the flooring looks like,  this is on the trailer since the boat is all covered up.

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scttmzr    2

Yeah, that is either gator step or seadek. I'm not sure what material Supreme uses from the factory, but either way they are basically the same.

I don't know of any special way to clean this material, but anytime I have had a blood stain on something I have used hydrogen peroxide to get it out. Not sure if it will work on gator step, but you could give it a shot. Maybe try a little in a small non-visible corner first.

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-HONCHO-    13

+1 hydrogen peroxide and defiantly test it first cause it will bleach things out, maybe on the bumper of the trailer or somewhere it won't attract some eyeballing  :shok:

FYI it is gator step that you have and yours is called sharkfin, scraped texture :thumbup:

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Was able to get a hold of gator step and their recommendation for blood was a mixture of bleach and water.  1gallon water to a cup of bleach,  I cut that recipe in half not needing a large amount.  Low and behold it appears that it may be gone,  we will see when the flooring dries completely.  If so I will be so much happier,  all of the stains were very obvious and in the biggest most visible panels.  Now for the threat of rain to stop so I can uncover the boat, vacuum it out and clean/treat the interior.  Boat juice is calling my name.

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