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my yellow sparks are only a month old. i got some mud or dirt on the yellow plastic and now it won't come off! I'm thinking about gently using a magic eraser to it... what do y'all think?

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In the manuals it addresses how get dirt off the ski. Sea Doo makes a cleaning kit that includes this cleaner, and while they're may be other cleaners out there, I know this worked on my white spark. Sorry I can't give you the product #, don't have my manual near me now.

Also, I'm in Nashville too. Where do you ride?
 

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my yellow sparks are only a month old. i got some mud or dirt on the yellow plastic and now it won't come off! I'm thinking about gently using a magic eraser to it... what do y'all think?

-hunter
Nashville TN

At the end of the day, it's still plastic. You can use warm soapy water, maybe some simple green or some kind of orange cleaner? Windex would probably work too. I would not use anything like a Scotchbrite sponge or something abrasive, use something like a microfiber towel.
 

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my yellow sparks are only a month old. i got some mud or dirt on the yellow plastic and now it won't come off! I'm thinking about gently using a magic eraser to it... what do y'all think?

-hunter
Nashville TN
I use magic eraser all the time on the seadoos and all kinds of other things, it works fine on the plastics, you do want to be careful when using it on a gloss plastic because it can mark it up, but on the spark plastic it is fine, I also use Spray Nine, it works pretty good on all sorts of things too.
 

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I'd just avoid anything that might scratch the Spark. Other than that you should be good. Hot soapy water should work. I don't really think that you need to use anything fancy.
 
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