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Old 11-09-2011, 05:30 PM   #15
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My understanding of the Poliglow/Vertglas products is that the coating they provide can be stripped relatively easy with acetone - something that's good to know if the product does peel. As I had mentioned in another thread I am going to be trying the Poliglow on my heavily oxidized 76 Trill and will post the results.
According to some folks on a boating site. 4 year old baked on poliglow would NOT come off with acetone, MEK, or anything else and ended up being sanded off. not so good.
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Old 11-09-2011, 06:28 PM   #16
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According to some folks on a boating site. 4 year old baked on poliglow would NOT come off with acetone, MEK, or anything else and ended up being sanded off. not so good.
I believe they sell a stripper and that anything with ammonia will take it off. I have had a couple of small spots where it popped off, I assume because I didn't do a good enough job cleaning the original wax off.
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I dont want mine to come off
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