can be used with water dilution to provide many gallons of variable strength general purpose "soap". Use 1 in 1000 water dilution (approximately 3 squirts of cleaners per 2 gallons of water) as a starting point that is sufficiently diluted to preserve a waxed surfaces. Another (less controllable) approach that can be used to remove gecko, bird or spider droppings is to wet the surface with water and then apply as necessary, while agitating with a stiff brush, increasing the concentration of cleanser until optimal. For smooth gelcoat or non-skid surfaces, use with little or no dilution for removing bottom-paint dust ("grays") and other stubborn stains. Then reseal the surface using the appropriate product.
may be used sparingly with copious water rinsing to clean bilges or marine/RV toilets without damage to pumps or valves. In marine toilets, reapply lubricant (e.g. olive oil) as required.
The movie at right illustrates how to use IG Pink™ cleanser on bilges (add to flowing water) and marine toilet. In both cases follow by copious water rinsing.
As a bonus, this movie also shows use of IG Pink™ in cleaning cloth and leather upholstery.
The movie below illustrates how to use diluted in water and used as a universal car/boat wash. It can similarly be used as a heavy duty cleanser to remove gecko,bird and spider droppings - just adjust the amount of IG Pink™ that is used.
After rinsing with water, car surfaces should be toweled dry to remove water spots. The painted surface of this car then received a coat of to make it even easier to keep clean (much less adhesion by bird droppings).