Once a year I clay then wax my car. The claying is easy to do and makes the car's surface exceedingly smooth. Does anyone do this to their boat's gelcoat?
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Posted by: jhb8426 on Jun-03-13 12:01 AM (EST)
Just rinse it off once in awhile and apply a little 303.
Posted by: pikabike on Jun-03-13 12:40 AM (EST)
When I bought my truck, I clayed it before the first waxing, because there were some fine particles seemingly embedded on top of the cab. Maybe that happened during transport to the dealership, or maybe it was overspray at the factory from something. Whatever...the particles didn't come out with normal cleaning. Claying got most of it out.
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Posted by: ezwater on Jun-03-13 8:52 AM (EST)
Posted by: dc9mm on Jun-03-13 11:59 AM (EST)
The BEST protection for a gelcoated kayak is Klasse its an Acrylic sealant. Havent used wax on my cars since 2000.As far as clay I guess it would depend on what kind of shape the gelcoat is currently in.They do sell a version of an Acrylic sealer sold to power boaters but not sure the name of it. Klasse works on cars as well as gelcoated boats. NOT for poly kayaks.