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Old 10-23-2018, 02:45 PM
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CaptSamShurhold
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Listen, it's tough to come on here and advise without coming off as a salesman. Don't think of it as a salt water vs. freshwater thing. Protection is protection, regardless of environment (with some exceptions like tanic staining, salt water corrosion of stainless, etc). Think of compounds as corrective chemicals, and waxes/sealants (and our Pro Polish, which is a bit of a misnomer) as protective chemicals. I like to keep them separated as the protection seems to last longer with a dedicated protective chemical, in my experience. Find something you like, use it often, and your boat will look good for years to come.