Originally Posted by hosofpayne
I have that part covered but gelcoat will be a challenge.....i have been the buffee but not the buffer lol
I hear you. For the DIY level, one can get a kit for buffing. If you have oxidation that is deep, wet sanding will prove a lot better and save you the time to buff (only to find out you needed the sanding). There are several threads on the forum about folks that have had successful results with wet sanding and refurbishment. It's more time consuming than anything.
Fiber repair is another story. I have seen a glass guy do work for me with results that were exactly what I expected, but I would never have been able to get the same results working glass. Find a pro...
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Originally Posted by Thrall
..Some of you give a whole new meaning to the phrase "another @sshole with a Mastercraft."
RE: Thrall, Welcome to the club....
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