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Old     (you_da_man)      Join Date: Sep 2009       03-12-2013, 11:46 PM Reply   
My 2011 boat is 90% black and on one occasion I towed it with the factory cover about 200 miles (never again). As a result the cover left a handful of very small areas where the gel coat appears lightly scuffed and cloudy. I tested an area with a marine cleaner wax (not a compound) and it remove maybe about 75% of the scuff mark by hand. Would a dual action polisher and the cleaner wax remove the rest or will I need a very light compound? I don't have a dual action orbital polisher at the moment but I'm not opposed to getting a good one or could a light compound be used by hand for such small areas on the top deck where the scuff marks are. My boat is stored indoors and the rest of the hull is showroom in appearance. It's just these 5-6 little areas on the top deck that bother me. Thanks for any replies.

 
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