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Re: Worst Gel-Coat Job ever

Thanks for the great tips. I love the Pledge tip as PVA isn't always near.

The Gelcoat by Seahawk uses MEKp for a hardener that is mixed with the gelcoat just before application and wax comes on the side. The preval sprayers are nice for small jobs and keep your nice guns free from that mess. Not an easy job to gelcoat but worth it.
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