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Old 11-17-2015, 08:42 AM   #21
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I buff mine out when it's out of the water, standing in the back of my pickup and driving it around the boat so I don't have to work over my head. That takes a lot of the strain out of it. The side mounted handle and locking trigger keep my hands from getting tired, and with the right "agent" on the buff pad it only takes a pass or two for it to be pristine. The first time it was 3M rubbing compound, next pass was "finness-it", and then a hand rub of good wax and a buff with a micro fiber cloth.

The boat had't been done in 12 years when I bought it, hence the rubbing compound first buff. Really heavy oxidation, which will never happen again.
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