New thinking about pinking

September 1st, 2017 / By: / Feature

Vinyl manufacturers and marine service providers contend with discoloration caused by a bacteria. “Pink” brings to mind a little girl dressed as a princess, cotton candy at the county fair and plastic lawn flamingos. But for those in the marine industry, the word takes on a sinister connotation as a stain caused by streptoverticillium reticulum. […]

 

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2 responses to “New thinking about pinking

  1. Pink stain in boat seats mainly a bacteria microorganism. That grow under the vinyl seats. Mainly it grows whose seats are wet for long time in warm weather. These wet seats are the main source of food bacteria. . In vinyl boat seats a phthalate ester found this plasticizers are good source of food to microorganism organism with some wet seats and warm moisture helps it to grow more.

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