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Posted: January 29 2007 at 06:06 | IP Logged Quote barometer soup

The other day I was watching Ship Shape TV and they focused on a product called Poli-Glow.  This product allegedly restores shine without the use of wax or rubbing compound.  I did some research and the reviews are amazing.

Has anyone used this product?  What results have been achieved?



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Posted: February 02 2007 at 18:14 | IP Logged Quote carverdbm

I used Poli-Glow on a 30' 1985 Sea Ray and cannot say enough good about it. Did the hull while out of the water and it was very easy to apply. Tried to blast if off with a powerfull pressure washer and did not phase it one bit. Did the top sides in the water. A lot more work with so many fittings to cut around. Stay away from the non-skid. Did a small area against the instructions and then called them to say it was not too slippery. They told me to try walking on it with wet bare feet. Verry slippery. Dirt just rinses off. Bird droppings do not stain. Been on this boat 2 years (under cover). Must have called PoliGlow 10 ten times for advise and the service was remarkable. Will be doing our 32 Carver next.



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Posted: June 13 2009 at 19:21 | IP Logged Quote June

I used Poly Glo last season and this season cleaning the boat was a cinch.  The company has a product for removing stains or marks and I think I'll get some for next year.  There were some black marks from the travel lift that took some elbow grease to get off, but otherwise, the shine on my '90 Montego is unbelievable! This year the application only required two coats.  No buffing, just wipe it on. It was great.  My dock mate was also trying it for the first time last year and he's thrilled, too.  He has a Silverton.  I recommend PolyGlo to anyone who has moderate oxidation that has really dulled the gelcoat.  It really made a difference on my teal stripe.  (But don't apply it in the sun and do start out with the number of coats it recommends!)

 



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