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    Restoring the GelCoat-gctid820404

    Hello everyone, My husband and I recently purchased our first Bayliner. We have a 20.5' Capri which is in very good shape, however the Blue Gelcoat is showing a whitish haze when dry and when wet looks much better. We are hoping you can suggest a product (s) we can use to restore the shine and hep protect it from fading anymore.

    While cleaning it I also saw there are some "spider cracks " on the upper dash, is there something you know of that will help it from getting worse? The one other thing I noticed is there is 1 or 2 MINOR pinholes in the seats, is there a repair kit you would recommend for that ?

    Sorry for all the questions, we just really would like to keep our new "baby" in the best shape possible

    #2
    http://www.fiberglassics.com/researc...-gel-coat.html

    Follow these instructions and dont skimp on the buffer. The only thing I did different was I used 3M's two in one marine compound and finishing material. It's not cheap but it saves time and does a great job.
    1988 Mainship 36 Sedan
    1995 2858
    1988 2655
    1987 2150
    Commercial/Industrial HVAC Service Tech.

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      #3
      http://www.fiberglassics.com/researc...-gel-coat.html

      Follow this guys instructions and I guarantee you will have great results. The only thing I did different is I used 3M's rubbing and polishing compound which is a two in one product.
      1988 Mainship 36 Sedan
      1995 2858
      1988 2655
      1987 2150
      Commercial/Industrial HVAC Service Tech.

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        #4
        This is what I used.
        1988 Mainship 36 Sedan
        1995 2858
        1988 2655
        1987 2150
        Commercial/Industrial HVAC Service Tech.

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