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    Hey guys! Ive been lurking around for a few years now. Just picked up a little boat off my buddy and am looking to buff the original gelcoat out. It's just a little '67 Dorsett Daytona and the gel is a a bit dull. Its not quite chalky but it needs some love. Looking to do a driveway buff job on it. Any suggestions on materials is appreciated. Thanks.

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    Actually in my opinion these products are top notch , and will not break the wallet like 3-M considering they are used at many boat Co's such as Cig , Mag , Fountain , etc , Home of Power One - Fountain of Youth Restoration and Finishing Products with this product running a very close second if not first Aqua-Buff |

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    Quick note could you please post up a few pics .

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    Its not a "performance boat" but it will be fun to run around with this summer.
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    Hi Guys
    Some of the best info that I have seen about buffing, wax and sealers is on U Tube and the guys name is Junkman2000 Not boat related but some good information . I have been around custom painted stuff most of my life and learned from this guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HPbyGD View Post
    Hi Guys
    Some of the best info that I have seen about buffing, wax and sealers is on U Tube and the guys name is Junkman2000 Not boat related but some good information . I have been around custom painted stuff most of my life and learned from this guy.
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    I checked out that guys vids. pretty cool stuff, he's quite a character. I also ran across other links to detailing forums, products etc. that was very informative and helpful. Thanks for the info.

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