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  1. #1
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    Default tried some new boat compount/polish/wax.

    So I decided to try some new gel coat cleaning products from Chemical Guys and I really liked it. I've used a lot of different stuff over the years and had good success with a lot of them but I'm always looking for the something better. This is the stuff i used and a before and after picture.
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    here are a few final ones.
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    Looks great! What do you do about cutting with the stickers? Do you go over it with the cutting compound or do you do around them? Same question for the wax. My hull needs a good touch up as it was never done by the previous owners and it needs it.
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    Looks sharp!


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    i just went right over the stickers with the compound and the wax. Didn't have any problems.
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    Mine are in decent shape but they probably need to go. Just wondering for the future once I do replace them. I started removal already.
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    Full Wake Makers upgraded ballast and pumps
    1,100 in each rear locker
    1,180 in front
    OJ 1435 prop, 325 EFI Indmar Assult.
    Fresh Air Exhaust
    SuckG8
    Bunch of other crap

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    DAMN! That looks great. Now get some product to keep it that way after a day on the water.
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    How did you apply and remove? By hand or buffer?


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    I also use Chemical Guys marine products and really like it. Bought my buffer kit from them as well. Both the buffer and their products are really easy to use.
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    I used a porter cable buffer for the compound and polish. I removed by hand. The wax I applied and removed by hand.
    Scott
    2021 Craz
    2007 Mobius LSV
    1997 Sea Ray 190

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