Originally Posted by RVGlen
It seems the Poli Glow has some horror stories. It sounds like some people love it and some hate it. The dissatisfied customers seem to have a difficult time getting the Poli Glow off. I don't think I want to go there with it.
I'm not really picturing wet sanding a rough texture. I appreciate your suggestion and I'll keep it in mind.
I completely understand, and I am happy to speak with you more about this if you are interested, you can reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
. Poli Strip is our product that completely removes Poli Glow. However, some of our clients have left Poli Glow on the surface for years without any maintenance, and we do not recommend that approach. Poli Glow is not a one-and-done application it should be maintained each year with minimal elbow grease because the hard part was done in the initial application when the oxidative surface was removed.
For those that are current Poli Glow users, we have some new videos coming in the next week that go into detail on the removal process of Poli Glow and some great tips on removing Poli Glow that has been left on the surface for too long.