Re: Hull cleaning with Y10
To answer your questions:
Apply with an old paintbrush (or a cheap one).
Cover up to about 4 square metres and stop. Leave for about ten - twenty minutes. Cover the next four square metres and start washing off the first bit.
A tub will cover your hull about twice or more.
You should not need to scrub, but it is primarily a STAIN REMOVER. If the hull is dirty, use a CLEANER first, such as International Hull Cleaner. But watch this thread for lots of posts telling you it is a waste of money and that there are cheaper cleaners. I would tell you myself but can't remember which ones work.
I don't use it on decks as it is not a cleaner.
How long? answered already.
To wash off, use water. I often use seawater as I usually use it to remove yellowing during the season when the boat is on the mooring. I do not advise this, as it leaves salt crystals, but I hate wasting precious fresh water!
Polish once the hull has dried off.
Ken (The poster formerly known as Wight Dawn.)