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I knew Prism Polish was good for metals but two days ago I used it to refurbish my 30 year old lexan ports and the results were truly amazing. I went from thinking I was going to have to replace them, to thinking I now need privacy shades! Rubbed it on with my fingers and polished it off with paper towels. It could not have been easier! I am going to try it on the Gel Coat next. Check it out at http://www.mppros.com/metal01.htm


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Spam Alert ! Spam Alert ! Cleanup In The Gear And Maintenance Aisle Please ! ! ! ! !
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I used it to polish a dog turd once....the results were shitty
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Not really sure if this is Spam as I have not seen them do it before. They are based in Illinois and attend Strictly Sail shows and such.

I swear by the stuff. Cleans gelcoat, metals, etc.. Brings back the color on my SeaRay better than anything I have found, and I have tried most everything.

So, if it is spam, it is good spam at least.
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But if you send it to Sailhog he'll turn it into a pumpkin pie ..
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What the heck are you people talking about? Did I miss something? Are we not allowed to tell people about products that we find that work? I am not sending spam, I am sending what I thought was good information about a product I tried that worked and solved a problem. I spoke to the guy who invented the stuff at the Strictly Sail show in St. Petersburg today. Will someone please tell me what the problem with my post was?


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Sorry - my fault. Did not recognise your handle and the post just sounded a little too perky and positive.
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Prism Polish

I have used this product on my SS and had good results. I too am looking for a way to polish the Lexan so will give Prism a try. I have heard that Novus #3 Polish is a good bet for the Lexan also. While checking their site they indicate that paper towels will cause scratching and to use a soft cloth when polishing Lexan etc.

Thanks for the info.

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I knew Prism Polish was good for metals but two days ago I used it to refurbish my 30 year old lexan ports and the results were truly amazing. I went from thinking I was going to have to replace them, to thinking I now need privacy shades! Rubbed it on with my fingers and polished it off with paper towels. It could not have been easier! I am going to try it on the Gel Coat next. Check it out at

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