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Old 08-15-2011, 05:30 PM   #1
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Question Poli Glow

Has anyone tried or know anything about this product. It is called Poli Glow.
A guy at the last campground that i was staying was telling me about this stuff and how it worked on his boat. Said it made his old boat look new. Just wondering if anyone here has tried it .

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Old 08-15-2011, 07:27 PM   #2
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There are many polymer coatings on the market, they all basically do the same thing but prices vary. There is a great alternative to paying the high price of the automotive version compared to the home improvement version available at big box hardware stores. Check this discussion
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I actually did try it on our 94 Bounder upper nose area. Thought I had applied it correctly but I was not that happy with the result. The advertise it to bring the lustre of your paint finish but I didn't really see that happening when I was done. Well maybe a little but no where near what I had expected.
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Yes, Poliglow works like the fella said. However, it will set you back about $100.

Red Max Pro #3 will work exactly the same and costs about $15 for enough to do the biggest motorhome. It will make your old, dull, oxidized fiberglass shine like new.

See the several threads in the Vintage forum on this product.
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The first time you put it on you need to put 5 coats on to get a good finish.
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