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Alexseal - any experiences??

Greetings all:

Having just finished cleaning up and "sealing" - with Awlcare polymer - our 7 year old Awlgrip Jet Black topsides (yeah, we were REALLY late getting in this year), the reality is starting to sink in that we'll have to bite the bullet and think about a new paint job in the next year or two. We will definately NOT use Awlgrip next time (agree with Maine Sail on that one!).

I'm intrigued by Alexseal - anybody have any guidance / experience?? Thanks!
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