8 years without a boat cover- buffed back to shine in no time
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8 years without a boat cover- buffed back to shine in no time

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    Cool 8 years without a boat cover- buffed back to shine in no time

    This boat sat out in the sun without a cover for 8 years...definitely thought it was fatal... Buffed her back to shine

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    Not finished yet. Will post completed project

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    Default Buffers are a NICE thing!

    Throttle,I think you may have missed your calling,That looks really GOOD,keep up the good work.Waiting for "AFTER" shots.

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    Damn good work. What all did you use on it to bring it back to life?

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    you got yourself a TV commercial right there.

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    Carrera Eclipse?

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    Well i used to color sand and buff high end cars and had my own detailing rig but i gave away the buffer for free because of all the freinds of freinds wanting stuff for nothing.Ive decided to get back in the biz as a side thing and this is a customers boat that im workin on i have serious hours in this thing will post finish pics when done you can also contact me if you need some work done im not cheap but very good.

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    Wow finish 2000 works

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    thats the beauitful thing about gel coat , you can do that for years, unlike paint , that will only take it a few times. ever since i painted my boat i wished i would have just spent the time and gwl coated it ,, very nice work man

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    now the ??? is, if the outside looked like that before...what does the inside look like???...mine, that i bought yrs ago, was completely sun rotted...had to re-do the complete interior...i hope u dont have the same prob!

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    my question is ,why did you not think of covering it!sorta like throwing money away?hope it all polishes out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboat View Post
    my question is ,why did you not think of covering it!sorta like throwing money away?hope it all polishes out.

    Not his boat.

    Quote Originally Posted by THROTTLE 64 View Post
    Ive decided to get back in the biz as a side thing and this is a customers boat that im workin on i have serious hours in this thing will post finish pics when done you can also contact me if you need some work done im not cheap but very good.

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    Nice job, can't wait to see the rest. Keep the pic's coming..

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