Poly glow

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mwood7800
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Poly glow

Post by mwood7800 » Mon Apr 21, 2014 11:08 am

Has anyone tried poly glow on faded fiberglass?

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Re: Poly glow

Post by Skeeter-Gee » Mon Apr 21, 2014 2:59 pm

Our experience in our shop on your typical boat (i.e cabin, flats etc) application is fine usually goes on good BUT if you have to re-apply removal of the old product is absolutely a p.i.t.a .
Honestly a good compound and wax will bring it back. 3m makes a finishing compound for gelcoat that works like a champ, there is another product called aquabuff as well. Poly glow is an easy bandaid but in no way replaces good ole fashioned elbow grease.

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Re: Poly glow

Post by aherr520 » Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:56 pm

DON'T USE THAT STUFF YOU WILL REGRET IT! I detail boats and I have to wetsand that junk off. hope this helps
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