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Polishing your propeller
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Thanks to performance, durability and great looks, Grady-Whites boats are factory equipped with reliable Yamaha engine(s) along with stainless props.  And though the props are “stainless” that doesn’t mean they are “stain proof.” Here are a few tips from Yamaha to deal with discolorations or stains.

Rough cast mag wheel cleaner 
http://youtu.be/aXhRijoZK7o
- Spray on spray off method
Rinse thoroughly
Use caution near painted surfaces

Toilet bowl cleaner, hydrogen peroxide, or calcium lime & rust remover 
http://youtu.be/k4D-2CILteA
Great for spots
Removes rust stains
Spray on or put on a rag and wipe over stained area
Rinse with water, dry, and follow up with wax

Mild rubbing compound or metal polishing paste
http://youtu.be/Qr3boFDbKYQ
Requires some elbow grease but works well for difficult stains
Apply to a pad and rub in a circular motion until stain is diminished
Buff with a clean cloth and apply wax

Polishing tips courtesy of Yamaha Outboards
http://yamahaoutboards.com/