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    is there easier way to bright up the dull hull?

    The whole looks good but only the red on the top hull is dull I know rubbing compound then turtle wax but lazy. wonder is there easier way to have her shiny like new?
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    A good quality rubbing compound is your best way to get it to look like new. But 4hrs-5hrs work and you have a brand new looking machine. Well worth it.

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    No there's not a lazy way to make her shine like new.
    Either pay somebody or do the 1/2 day of work yourself.

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    Collinite 925 n case of beer

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    Alright.... going to grab case of beer then get busy.

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    I would either wet sand it or a good buffing compound then wax.paints sun faded but I've brought a few cars back to life that looked like that.

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    +1, wet sanding followed up with buffing will usually always bring out a great looking finish.




    Quote Originally Posted by wave15stx View Post
    I would either wet sand it or a good buffing compound then wax.paints sun faded but I've brought a few cars back to life that looked like that.

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