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    Mar 2006

    What type of product do ypu use to clean up your oxidized hull

    Been using a couple of different products that are mainly for cars but I know that there has to be a good product for these fiberglass hulls on these skis. I don't have a sea doo but since this part of the site seems to get more traffic I thought I'd post this question here. Would like to clean up the chalky faded look on one old ski I just picked up and bring it back. What products do you guys recommend? Is there something available in the average retail store?

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    Jun 2006
    Escondido, Ca.
    Iv'e had good luck with Gel Gloss on my boat & my ski. My boat is a 1996 and has kinda been rode hard and put away wet. By the end of summer it looks pretty faded. I try and make it look as good as possible with the Gel Gloss when spring comes around. This stuff has a pretty strong chemical cleaner(no abrasives)that pulls the oxidation out. I just keep changing rags untill no more color comes off and then figure that's the best she's going to look. I don't think there is a silver bullet, just takes alot of elbow grease.

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