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Old 03 September 2004, 06:03   #11
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Originally Posted by Biggles
Scary Des

Would that be Nitro Mors you used.

I have used it on cars and woodwork, no problem at all but I'm a bit concerned about using it on Gelcoat.

I would like to just strip it back to its original finish but if its too badly marked I was going to antifoul it to hide the scars etc.

If I get it back to the Gelcoat and its not too bad but faded is there a way to get the shine of the Gelcoat back ?

Regards Nick Reis
No, itís not nitromors itís errrrr canít remember , but it is specifically for removing paint and antifouling from gel coat.

Fading is difficult you can cut it back again with specific compounds/ cleaners but each time you loose some of the gel coat, having said that if its never been done before it might work. You can wet and dry out some of the scratches providing they are not too deep.

If the surface is bad, fill and far and once you get a flat surface roller-on a good marine paint thatís the same colour as the gel coat that way any subsequent scratches donít show.

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Old 03 September 2004, 08:29   #12
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Scary des

Thanks for the info I shall raid the chandlers over the weekend and see what I can come up with.

Regards Nick R

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