Fiberglass Boat Restoration
Demonstration videos and steps on fiberglass boat restoration - Restoring a fiberglass boat.
|This is a series of demonstration videos and steps that show how Bio-Kleen Restore & Shine and Bio-Kleen Restore & Shine Xtra Cut can be used in fiberglass boat restoration in one to two easy steps.
How do you go about restoring a fiberglass boat that is severely oxidized without wetsanding? With Bio-Kleen Restore
. Restore paint, remove oxidation, remove swirl marks, restore color and repair damaged boat fiberglass gel coat in one to two easy steps. This product is used by professionals at marinas and marine detailing businesses but is also easy enough to use right at home.
This first video was taken at Village Marina on Lake of the Ozarks, MO. They were impressed with how easy the product worked and how much time they could save while restoring a fiberglass boat. The Bio-Kleen Restore
allowed them to work the damaged fiberglass without drying out as other compounds do. They were also confident using this product cuts out several steps from the process and helps save money. Not only does the Bio-Kleen Restore
buff out oxidation, light scratches and swirl marks, but it polishes and seals the surface at the same time; leaving the fiberglass with a high gloss protective barrier and shine. See the difference of before and after in the video.
This next video focuses more on the fiberglass boat restoration process to restore color and shine back to a faded and oxidized colored fiberglass. This demonstration is completed using only the Bio-Kleen Restore & Shine Xtra Cut and just as in the last video, this product allows you to easily restore the color and shine back to your fiberglass in one easy step, not several as experienced with other compounds on the market. You can see that in addition to restoring the color the Bio-Kleen Restore & Shine Xtra Cut polishes and seals the fiberglass at the same time, adding remarkable shine and protection.
First, shake container well before and during use. Apply compound onto wool buffing pad of buffing wheel. Before turning buffer power on, slide pad around on a 12’ to 18’ area. Alternatively, as in the video, you may apply compound directly onto surface with a polish applicator. Use buffing wheel at 1000 to 1500 rpm. Buff area using light to medium pressure while wet; reduce pressure as compound begins to dry. Work the buffer back and forth, then up and down. Severe oxidation may require additional compound. Buff until surface is restored and polished. Repeat over entire surface.
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