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Old 05-11-2010, 11:44 AM   #11
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Hey Thanks SP, I look at it this way, this stuff has impressed me so much (or I hated buffing and waxing so much?!)that it sells itself like like a drowning man buying a life jacket! The only draw back to the correct application of Poliglow is that (OH NO! here it comes....) all the wax, must be removed from the boat surface to be treated (so that the sealant can penetrate and seal the gelcoat), There, I said it. But, the system chemicals make it a breeze to remove it. So the next time you need to Wax, Don't, make the switch, you won't regret it. SP you would need two kits to do your entire boat top to bottom. Then a just a fraction to maintain year to year. I feel Proud to lead the REVOLT against BUFFING AND WAXING!! Free at last, free at last, thank God al'mighty, I'm FREE AT LAST!!!!!!!

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hey thanks sp, i look at it this way, this stuff has impressed me so much (or i hated buffing and waxing so much?!)that it sells itself like like a drowning man buying a life jacket! The only draw back to the correct application of poliglow is that (oh no! Here it comes....) all the wax, must be removed from the boat surface to be treated (so that the sealant can penetrate and seal the gelcoat), there, i said it. But, the system chemicals make it a breeze to remove it. So the next time you need to wax, don't, make the switch, you won't regret it. Sp you would need two kits to do your entire boat top to bottom. Then a just a fraction to maintain year to year. I feel proud to lead the revolt against buffing and waxing!! Free at last, free at last, thank god al'mighty, i'm free at last!!!!!!!


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amen....halleluja........(looks good stuff to me, me do looky looky in holland if i can get it here)

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Old 05-11-2010, 03:22 PM   #13
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wow Bella! Looks like a new boat. I just paid $450 to have mine buffed and waxed and while its clean, it really doesn’t shine.
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Old 05-11-2010, 06:51 PM   #14
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Thanks Cymru, Using poliglow has changed my entire outlook on gelcoat maintenance. I look forward to turning a few people on to it because it really is the answer. Plus my boat never shined this good even when it was new. Like I said before too, NOTHING sticks to it, plus soap and water won't wash it off. The people at Poliglow are VERY helpfull too. If I had a question by e-mail they were very prompt in answering. I even phoned them and they took my tech call instantly. A pleasure to spend my hard earned $ with. Your 2900SCR would beam with it I tell ya!

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P.S. I forgot to mention that this stuff is GUARANTEED for 1 year too, If you are disatisfied for any reason they will refund the purchase price. Now how much better can that get???
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Old 05-12-2010, 02:30 AM   #15
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As said, Bella - you really should be getting commission here... I'm considering the switch too. Very interesting. Thanks for the info!

Between work, the house and my wife going back to college, there's hasn't been too much free time the past months. I pulled the boat out of storage late last week and rolled up the sleeves. I'm sore in ways I had forgotten I every could be and there's more to do.

With so little time, and after the follies of trailering last year, we've opted to put our boat in dry moorage just 10 minutes from the house. While a bit more money, I'm hoping we can spend much more quality time on the water this summer. Stopping by the boat on the way home from work seems to be a pretty decent way to depressurize too.

Have a great season everybody!
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:12 AM   #16
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Nim...where are you at??...I'm at dagmars landing..

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Yeah, we're at Dags too. I think we lucked out and are on the water side of the street near the entrance.

Any tips on the return trip to the docs? The river was ripping on Sunday night when we splashed her. Looks like it could be a little hairy in our little boat on approach.

I hope to meet ya. If you need any help, please give a holler!
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Old 05-12-2010, 12:29 PM   #18
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Cool Thanks Nimh, few things excite me like not having to pick up that GD Polisher Again!!

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As said, Bella - you really should be getting commission here... I'm considering the switch too. Very interesting. Thanks for the info!

Between work, the house and my wife going back to college, there's hasn't been too much free time the past months. I pulled the boat out of storage late last week and rolled up the sleeves. I'm sore in ways I had forgotten I every could be and there's more to do.

With so little time, and after the follies of trailering last year, we've opted to put our boat in dry moorage just 10 minutes from the house. While a bit more money, I'm hoping we can spend much more quality time on the water this summer. Stopping by the boat on the way home from work seems to be a pretty decent way to depressurize too.

Have a great season everybody!
You with your 2400 could get away with one kit From PG. I wish I was gettin a little sum sum from the makers cuz the stuff sells itself when you see it demonstrated. Keep in mind if you decide to apply the system at the dry storage, you will need water from a garden hose to flush the disolved wax off with. Have a great season everybody!! (hopefully not waxing)

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Yeah, we're at Dags too. I think we lucked out and are on the water side of the street near the entrance.

Any tips on the return trip to the docs? The river was ripping on Sunday night when we splashed her. Looks like it could be a little hairy in our little boat on approach.

I hope to meet ya. If you need any help, please give a holler!

great!!....we're in K10 really close to the river.....same goes to you guys.....man...the river is a treat to get into...I know you know the best time is during slack tide...but what I do is if the river is running...slow to a crawl when up at the ramps....then just as you get at the mouth of the lane...turn towards the first ramp lane..once into the lane there is no current....so..you need to cut the throttle and aim for the ramp..then there is always the practice practice practice.....we're heading out on friday...not sure where but we're on our way out for sure...hope to see you and your more than welcome to join us at anytime.....we have reservations at roche harbor for memorial weekend...if your interested in that run...im me and I'll give you the information ..you can tag on to my reservations....
4th of july is blakely island marina in the SJ's...that is a great place to stay...
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This Poliglow seems too good to be totally true. The pictures look fantastic, and waxing is the last thing I want to do, but there has to be a catch to the poliglow. Maybe my skepticism has the best of me. Why the need to use a "stripper" to remove the poliglow. I understand it acts like a varnish, but can anyone speak to this? After 12 months of a wonderful shine, then what? Is this when the stripping agent is needed in order to apply a new coating? What does this involve?
I cannot find too many reviews on this other than what I have read in this forum. I really hope this stuff is all that it is suppose to be, because I really want to order it.
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