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    Is there a product that I could use to bring back a paint job that is very oxidized.

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    If its a boat its most likely oxidized gelcoat. its needs to be wetsanded with 1500-2000 then use a meguires gelcoat restoration kit on it and itll be shiney once again.i use pledge twice a summer on my gel to put alil oil into it and rest of the time ill use the pure wax from the restoration kit as well as sprayin boat down at the ramp with turtle wax ice detail spray jus to knock off waterspots before heading home.works for me and brings back gel really well.when you use the gelcoat restore kit use a foam buffng pad

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    FOY - Totally Buff FOY - Vitreo FOY - Awesome FOY - Vibra Cut FOY - Instructions These products are about the only ones i use these days because most others are way .......... over rated with a big buck price , and for heavy oxidation might i suggest using a wool pad for starters ....opposed to Foam & FOY - Totally Buff 1000 just my 2 cent's .
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    The original paint on my '72 sanger is so far gone I gave up buffing it ,turns the pad dark gray in minutes.Shooting A coat of Clear on it is MY best bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davethewave View Post
    The original paint on my '72 sanger is so far gone I gave up buffing it ,turns the pad dark gray in minutes.Shooting A coat of Clear on it is MY best bet.
    Dave , can you please post up a few pic's of the boat ?

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