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Old     (socaldave)      Join Date: May 2002       03-04-2003, 7:18 AM Reply   
OK all of you with the immaculate rigs....

After a good washing, is it OK to use a "cleaner wax" on the gel coat to remove light scratches and oxidation/imperfections before applying a final coat of wax?

Thanks for the advice.
Old    swass            03-04-2003, 7:31 AM Reply   
Sure, but you don't need to do both. The 'cleaner wax' IS a wax.

IF you're going to do a two step process anyway, use an oxidation remover first, then a wax.
Old    dukeboy            03-04-2003, 9:03 AM Reply   

Have you heard about the MacGuiers (sp?) spray boat wax? I've never used it, but I have a bottle that I'm a little timid to use. I usually spray down the boat with their "quick clean" and that seems to clean it nicely.

Old     (typhoon)      Join Date: Jul 2001       03-04-2003, 9:08 AM Reply   
Has anyone ever used that wet wax you can put on when the boat is still wet?
here is the link
Old    dmpappy            03-04-2003, 9:16 AM Reply   
I just detailed the boat with Meguiers Premium Marine Wax (Black Bottle). Stuff worked great. When it comes to buffing the wax off, this stuff just wiped off like a polish. I didn't even use the orbital buffer to take the wax off.

Hopefully it will hold up.
Old    markb            03-04-2003, 9:35 AM Reply   
I've been using the Meguiers wax as you dry for about a year now. I use it after we wipe down the boat since it's so easy to use. It even makes my 89' shine like new...good stuff


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