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    Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    I signed onto the collinite bandwagon as i will be using marine 31 gelcoat color gloss restor with a purple wool pad on my mille then i was going to follow up with the 925. Can i use a red or black ccs pad to spread this on a da....or stick to the recommended mr miyagi method?

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddersdetailing View Post

    I signed onto the collinite bandwagon as i will be using marine 31 gelcoat color gloss restor with a purple wool pad on my mille then i was going to follow up with the 925.

    First thing I would do would be a Test Spot.

    I'd make sure the products, tools, pads and process works exactly like you hope and dream about before buffing out the entire boat.



    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddersdetailing View Post

    Can i use a red or black ccs pad to spread this on a da....or stick to the recommended mr miyagi method?

    I would find a way to machine apply everything in life except for ceramic coatings and Meguiar's #7



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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    There you go Brian! The man himself answering your question.

    I agree to machine spread Collinite 925. So much easier!

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

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    First thing I would do would be a Test Spot.

    I'd make sure the products, tools, pads and process works exactly like you hope and dream about before buffing out the entire boat.






    I would find a way to machine apply everything in life except for ceramic coatings and Meguiar's #7





    Thanks mike, i have an array of marine 31 products i'll be doing test spots on all three boats that i'll be working on! i'll post a follow up in a week

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925-before1-jpg

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    Well!!! success on cleaning this glastron 19' boat up on sunday. mid 2000s, very rough shape as some of the pictures will show you.

    Started a 9 am and went till 8 along with your typical sunday brakes (i spent 1.5 hrs washing the boat and trailer sat night, along with my test spots.).

    I used my rupes mille with purple wool pads for the heavy cutting and the gg6 with purple wool on the small spots.

    I used white ccs with the gel coat color restore and finally a black ccs pad to spread the collinite wax around.

    She pops!

    Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925-0806180911_hdr-jpg

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Quote Originally Posted by Kiddersdetailing View Post
    Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925-before1-jpg

    Well!!! success on cleaning this glastron 19' boat up on Sunday. mid 2000s, very rough shape as some of the pictures will show you.

    Started a 9 am and went till 8 along with your typical Sunday brakes (i spent 1.5 hrs washing the boat and trailer sat night, along with my test spots.). I used my rupes mille with purple wool pads for the heavy cutting and the gg6 with purple wool on the small spots. I used white ccs with the gel coat color restore and finally a black ccs pad to spread the Collinite wax around.

    She pops!

    Freaking Amazing!










    I downloaded the above and put them in your gallery here,

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Damn!! What a job!
    It is no coincidence that man's best friend cannot talk.

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Hey guys thanks alot!! working with the mille for that long it felt like my third arm haha. that tool is fantastic. I'll be working with marine 31 polish and then #925 again tonight on a 19' that should be a breeze to complete.

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Wow what a difference. Working on boats can be very gratifying because there's always such a huge improvement. They are just so exhausting.

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    Re: Collinite fiberglass boat wax #925

    Hey guys thanks alot!! working with the mille for that long it felt like my third arm haha. that tool is fantastic. I'll be working with marine 31 polish and then #925 again tonight on a 19' that should be a breeze to complete.

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