Guest Posted July 15, 2010 Share Posted July 15, 2010 The olive green gelcoat on Madeira's is incredibly difficult to keep in good condition, a couple of days spent polishing and waxing will leave a shine which lasts for about a month, then it goes back to looking dull. Mine has got a lot worse over the past 18 months, I now have milky sections and the rest is very dull. I tried using Mer polish a few weeks back, it didn't bring any sort of shine. So I ordered the Poliglow kit (not cheap at Â£60). It has rained every day since it arrived, but I did manage to try out the cleaner, Poliprep. You spray this on and rub with a foam block. It seems to do a good job of cleaning and did make the boat shine a little on it's own. When it stops raining I will finish cleaning and put 6 to 8 coats of Poliglow on. Has anyone tried this stuff? It seems to get good reviews, so it will be interesting to see what happens. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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