I second what navajake said. I use 3M products, including rubbing compound. The variable speed polisher is key, especially for tough scratches. I was a little frustrated when I saw that a lot of scratches weren't coming out after the variable speed polishing. I started to try wetsanding starting with a 2000 grit sandpaper and going very slow. I followed that up with the rubbing compound, polish, wax and the Finesse-It II and I could not believe what a difference. The variable speed polisher is an investment, but they are not too expensive. I use mine all the time. It is amazing how many times the wakeboards hit the side of the boat, no matter how fast I jump from the drivers seat to help out. Good Luck!
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01-29-2014, 08:59 AM #11Member
2006 Mobius LSV
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- May 2010
02-06-2014, 06:49 PM #12Junior Member
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- Aug 2013
02-07-2014, 09:25 AM #13
Very informative. Thanks for the information.2008 Moomba Mobius LSV Ballast III (stock), Heater, Roswell Quad Spin Pro, Bimini
02-07-2014, 10:00 AM #14
Article makes (at least) two good points-- only do as much as you have to, i.e., don't sand if you only need to polish; and horizontal surfaces will usually take more effort than vertical. Good stuff.My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
2000 Outback LS (sold)
02-07-2014, 06:05 PM #15
removal of scuff marks in gel coat?
I still have to get my lazy ass on this project.2008 Supra 21V
2,600 lbs., Gravity III
Z5 Cargo Rack
Stereo: Pair of Wetsounds Pro 80's, Rockford Fosgate P500-2, Kicker ZX200.4, Exile ZLD, stock Kicker in-cabins, stock Kenwood HU
Tow rig: 2008 Slate Tundra, Bilstein 5100's (F&R), 295/65/18 wrapped in Duratracs