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Casey's Manual

Forgot to throw in a pitch for Don Casey's Complete Illustrated Sailboat Maintenance Manual. He covers this topic quite well. You can buy it through West Marine for $60, on-line cheaper. Good investment.
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Polyglow

I applied Polyglow to my 24 year old boat 3 years ago and re-applied another coat last year. It looks great. Don't listen to posters who have never used it.
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Foxglove...just saw some applied to the blue hull of a 1968 Columbia. This was the first time I'd seen Poliglow used and the difference was amazing. (Hull was wet sanded first). If it holds up even for a year it is worth it IMHO. (It was pretty scary to look at the hull after the wet sanding...I thought it was ruined but the Poliglow made it look like new!)
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