Thread: Buff Magic
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Old 04-04-2016, 06:57 AM
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CaptSamShurhold
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Originally Posted by dredey View Post
What exactly do I need? From the exact tools to pads to buff magic? Grady white hull that is not badly oxidized just want it to shine. I have a 7inch variable speed polisher/sander
Well if you already have a polisher, (rotary is my guess by the backing plate size) then you will need wool pads, Buff Magic, and some clean microfiber cloths to buff the excess product off after use. Additionally, I suggest waxing your Grady after using Buff Magic to protect the shine. I recommend Pro Polish, which you can apply by hand with a clean microfiber or with a "no-grit" foam pad. Based on your tool, I would recommend applying Pro Polish by hand.

Wash the boat, then use the polisher/wool pads to work in Buff Magic. Make sure to completely break down the chemical by working it in until it "flashes" or you can see a hazy shine in the area you are working. Then clean the area with the microfiber. Your surface should look shiny and new.
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