Maintenance / Stamoid
If you want your cockpit covers, bimini tops, dodgers, seat covers and solar protection screens to keep their initial qualities and looking as good as new, it is essential to follow the cleaning instructions below.
- Stamoid® Marine composite fabrics benefit from the Stamtop® surface treatment which guarantees dirt resistance. As with any other material exposed to the elements, regular maintenance must de done.
- Cleaning should be done according to frequency of use and exposure of the product. We recommend regular cleaning, at least four times a year, to clear out dirt caused by atmospheric pollution.
- Stamoid® Marine composite fabrics should be cleaned as set out in our maintenance notice, see below.
- For wooden boats, in order to avoid any migration risks, it is essential to avoid all contact between the coated side of the fabric and the boat's protective wood varnish.
Care & Maintenance
1 - Spread the fabric out on a flat surface.
Dampen the fabric with clean water.
Spray on Ferrari® Clean or add a diluted
solution of gentle liquid soap.
2 - Leave to act for 2 or 3 minutes according to
degree of dirt.
3 - Use a natural bristle brush to brush out
to the edges.
4 - Rinse with a lot of clean water to remove all traces
of the soapy solution. If the product comes in contact
with other materials, rinse immediately.
5 - In case of severe dirt and grime, repeat the cleaning process.
6 - Repeat steps 1 to 5 on the reverse side of the fabric.
7 - Hang up the Stamoid® Marine textile and
leave until completely dry.
8 - As soon as the textile is completely dry,
you can put it back in place to protect your boat.