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Re: Ryobi vs. Makita vs. Poliglow??

...MaineSail: resurrecting a post from the past: Are you available for hire? :O) outstanding results, and thanks for sharing
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Re: Ryobi vs. Makita vs. Poliglow??

My only comment is that polyglo is nearly impossible to remove. Eventually you get streaking and it seems to attract black streaks. You can try to use their stripper to remove but you will never remove the whole product! I used it on one boat then sold the boat. Never again!
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