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    Anybody have experience with this stuff? I used the poli prep cleaner to remove the old wax, but it left streaks after drying. I dont want to apply the poli glow over this and have shinny streaks. Thanks for your help. 1987 245 Vista.

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    Re: Poli Glow

    sounds like you ready for some rubbing compound. or go back over it with cleaner.
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      Re: Poli Glow

      Yep, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is! Ill put the 3M and buffer to her today.

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        Re: Poli Glow

        It will make the boat look great! For about 1, maybe 2 years. Then when it starts cracking and peeling off, it looks like crap, and the parts that don't come off are are very, VERY, difficult to remove.
        Don S.


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        • #5
          Re: Poli Glow

          Thanks for the info. Sir, good advice

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          • #6
            Re: Poli Glow

            This is what I was told to get the shine back in to the gelcoat. With a buffer use the 3m marine heavy duty rubbing compound. Then buff it with the Finesse_It II Glaze. Finish everything off with a good coat of Maguires Flagship wax. At least that is the plan I am going to try.
            Good Luck with yours!
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              Re: Poli Glow

              Thanks for your reply, the 3M HD works great and Ill try the finesse glaze

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