Meguiar's® Boat / Rv Polish (no. 45)
- Restores brilliant gloss on fiberglass and painted marine or RV surfaces after cleaning.
- Restores valuable oils to feed and nourish the fiberglass or painted surfaces.
- Especially effective on dark colors.
COMPLETE GUIDE TO BOAT MAINTENANCE
(Step 1) - Wash
Frequent washing is a vital step in keeping your finish in premium condition. Washing removes loose contaminants from the surface. If allowed to remain, these contaminants could eventually bond to or etch the surface. Avoid using dish washing detergents or other household cleaners, as these will strip off your wax protection. All of Meguiar's washes are pH balanced and biodegradable to gently clean while preserving your wax.
(Step 2) - Clean
While washing removes loose contaminants from the surface, cleaning or surface prep is intended to remove bonded surface contamination and surface defects. Surface defects can be divided into two groups: above-surface contaminants, and below-surface defects. Above-surface contaminants include tree sap mist, environmental fallout, bugs, spider-droppings, and overspray. Below-surface defects include scratches, swirls, oxidation, water spot etchings, etc.
(Step 3) - Polish
Now that the gel coat surface is smooth as glass and free of defects, polishing restores a deep glossy finish by conditioning and gel coat, and restoring its natural oils. Simply put, polishing is the creation of brilliant, high gloss.
(Step 4) - Protection
The only way to keep your finish looking great for long periods of time is to apply a protective coating to preserve the surface. Meguiar's defines protection as preservation of brilliant high gloss. Meguiar's protection formulas provide a durable protective layer that seals in the deep shine created in the polishing step and keeps environmental elements from coming in direct contact with the surface.
(Step 5) - Maintenance
Frequent surface care is easy surface care. The more frequently you care for your boat, the easier the detailing process. Maintenance is the frequent removal of contaminants before they have a chance to bond to the surface or etch it. This step is designed to help you safely remove contaminants without stripping your wax protection, leaving your boat looking as though it has just been detailed everyday.
|SURFACE CARE CHART|
|New/ Like New Surface||Quick 'n Easy||Boat Wash No.43 or Gel Wash No.54||One Step Cleaner Wax No.50||Quik Clean No.52 Quik Wax Trigger No.59 Quik Wax Aerosol No.69|
|Best Results||Flagship Premium Marine Wash No.65||Polish No.45||Flagship Premium Marine Wax No.63||Quik Clean No.52 Quik Wax Trigger No.59 Quik Wax Aerosol No.69|
|Average Surface/ Light Scratches and Oxidation||Quick 'n Easy||Boat Wash No.43 or Gel Wash No.54||Color Restorer No.44||Pure Wax No.56||Quik Clean No.52 Quik Wax Trigger No.59 Quik Wax Aerosol No.69|
|Best Results||Flagship Premium Marine Wash No.65||Color Restorer No.44||Polish No.45||Flagship Premium Marine Wax No.63||Quik Clean No.52 Quik Wax Trigger No.59 Quik Wax Aerosol No.69|
|Neglected Surface/Heavy Scratches and Oxidation||Best Results||Flagship Premium Marine Wash No.65||Oxidation Remover No.49 or One Step Compound No.67||Polish No.45||Flagship Premium Marine Wax No.63||Quik Clean No.52 Quik Wax Trigger No.59 Quik Wax Aerosol No.69|
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