Marine detailing?

Discussion in 'That'll Buff Right Out' started by capcrnch, Jun 26, 2005.

  1. capcrnch

    capcrnch Active Member

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    Can anyone recommend a process/product for bringing the shine back on a boat with a faded gelcoat?

    Also, how about a process/product for cleaning aluminum boats and pontoon logs?
    I dont want to go and polish the toons, that would be too much work on a regular basis.. I just want to bring a bit of a shine to some of the boats my company is selling..
     
  2. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Meguiars and Collinite have great boat detailing product lines.

    You will need a buffer, not even worth trying by hand.
     
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    Brieldo Bigger than you are.

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    capcrnch Active Member

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    Thanks Scott..
    I have my 7424 that can be used and I think ill purchase one for shop use..
    I used Meguiars today and I was real happy with the results!


    Now, how about aluminum?
     
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    Rotary is your best bet on gelcoat. :)
     

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