Originally Posted by frjeff
Thanks for the great tip!
I am going to go very slow as I have never had a "real" buffer polisher in my hands before and I sure do not want to mess up an already pretty boat/hull.
When you say "slow", I presume you are speaking primarily about the RPM's, correct? I'll likely practice a bit on my old pick up truck tail gate and the keel........
Yes RPM.. You want to watch the over hang temps when buffing the strake below it. The edge of the pad can create hot spots if going at to fast an RPM..
-Maine Sail / CS-36T
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