Originally Posted by pier-pressure
Seems like the 845 Insulator and 915 Marine was gives the same durability. Did you do the whole process to the insultator prior to applying ? Was that quick and easy ? The hot water bath and then shaking ?
The Collinite 915 is in their automotive line. Big picture...it can be used for boats as well, as can the 885 marine which can also be applied to cars.
Not sure I understand what it is you're asking in your reference to "the whole process."
As far as "hot water" is concerned I did place the bottle in hot water as it was early spring time in northern Ohio when I used the product. About 10-15 minutes then shake vigorously. The product still wasn't a liquid, but I easily squeezed about 3 small dabs...as in squeeze the bottle just so a bit is sticking out of the bottle, then just wipe my finger across it, then prime the pad with what's on my finger.
Trust me...a little goes a long, long way.
One way to see if you have additional product left in he pad is to press the pad against the boat and look at the hull at an angle to light. When you think you're about out of product, press the pad against the hull, look at the hull at an angle to the light and if you see product on the hull...keep moving and spread it out. Do it again...press the pad against the hull and look for product that squeezed out. If you see product there's still plenty of wax to keep working with.