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BriEOD 07-21-2004 10:02 AM

Wax
 
I saw on the other site someone recommended using Woody Wax. I went online and found it. That stuff is awesome! It's not cheap but works very well. It's a company in Fla. Check it out.

OhioProstar 07-21-2004 11:10 AM

Nothing beats 3Ms Finessee It II. Goes on smooth and buffs to a great shine. I bought a high speed buffer before my vacation over the fourth and I can't believe the difference it makes. Hand apply the polish/wax, remove with the terry cloth at low speed and buff at high speed.

BriEOD 07-22-2004 12:04 AM

Bill,

What's a bottle of that run? The Woody's was close to $30. It's like an aersol. You spray it on and use a damp cloth to spread it and then buff. Plus it leaves a high gloss BUT, it's not slick. It's made especially for the marine industry.

MarkP 07-22-2004 10:24 AM

I’m getting ready to wash and wax up my boat. Yesterday I used the Star bright hull cleaner on and below the waterline (had some funk from vacation) I don’t have the wax yet but when I talk to Spectrum today I am going to ask for a recommendation


east tx skier 07-22-2004 11:52 AM

My dealer recommended McGuire's and that's all I've ever used. How does Tim say it? "Get's 'er done." (grammar arranged for context).

MarkP 07-22-2004 12:44 PM

Ok

I just got off of the phone with Spectrum and they said any good carnauba wax will work fine..

On a sad note, my color “Blue Atlantic” is not available in the “repair kit” size for $15, but is available in the quart size for 65.. Anyone want to go in on a can of liquid gel coat with me?? (6 month shelf life) ??:(


east tx skier 07-22-2004 12:45 PM

Liquid Gel Coat?

MarkP 07-22-2004 12:50 PM

YUP, Quart can.. Its like heavy paint.. The repair kit is like a paste.


MarkP 07-22-2004 12:56 PM

The guy at Spectrum also told me,

to get rid of fade use “fiberglass rubbing compound” and wax after that.


BriEOD 07-22-2004 02:05 PM

Woody Wax makes a product to restore gel coat that works well. It's like a wax, put it on for a few minutes and it buffs off. http://www.woody-wax.com/


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