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    Default Looking for recommendations for a product to brighten up some old gel goat.

    The boat is a closed bow and the top is in great shape. But the sides of the hull do not shine like the top. What do you guys suggest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguy View Post
    The boat is a closed bow and the top is in great shape. But the sides of the hull do not shine like the top. What do you guys suggest.

    Thanks.
    Look at a body shop supply for a product call Finese' it (sp)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetboatperformance View Post
    Look at a body shop supply for a product call Finese' it (sp)
    Ok thanks

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    You can get Finesse-it at NAPA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguy View Post
    Ok thanks
    Looking online it looks like people are applying the product with a polisher. Can I just use my corded power drill with attachment.

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    before/after
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    im not sure how to link threads but this is before and after pics

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguy View Post
    Looking online it looks like people are applying the product with a polisher. Can I just use my corded power drill with attachment.
    I don't know if a drill is up to the task. What size attachement? If you have some 2 inch wheel you are going to be at it all day.

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