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I have an older boat that I would like to spiffy up a little bit. I have been looking at Poli-Glow and Supercoat products for my deck, and possibly the hull. Does anyone have any experience with these products? I understand these products may be slippery on a deck, but my intention is to not put it on any non-skid areas.

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I have used poli-glow on my hull for many years now and am very happy with the results. Unlike anything containing wax, it lasts all season and looks great. You can use it on any area except the non-skid. The only drawback is that it does require careful prep with their poli-prep product and then far more time to apply the 5-7 coats of the product vs applying wax. That being said, the results are far superior to any wax type product I have used. For the non-skid I would high recommend a product called sure-step from aurora products (www.auroramarine.com) It doesnt not impart any slickness to the deck and really helps to keep it clean. You can even use it on the non- non-skid parts of the deck. Sure step is a little hard to find so you may need to contact the company to find a distributor.
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