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 Maintenace of PPG Urethane on a boat

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Cutlass Posted - Aug 27 2017 : 19:51:54
I had PPG Urethane applied to my boat. What is the recommended maintenance protocol. Wax, polish etc.

Thank you.
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Cutlass Posted - Sep 03 2017 : 16:17:03
The paint that was used is PPG Concept Acrylic Urethane.
Cutlass Posted - Aug 29 2017 : 20:49:37
Thanks for the input.
Robyns Nest Posted - Aug 29 2017 : 16:34:07
I would use a non wax polymer sealant. Try to protect from UV and it will last a long time.

Plus sealant helps with clean up.

pdecat Posted - Aug 28 2017 : 20:20:43
Similar to car finish, treat it the same.
Cutlass Posted - Aug 28 2017 : 06:06:05
I asked the guy that applied it and the only response was go ahead and wax, if you want. It looks great, as is, but I want to keep it that way. The previous gel coat was so oxidized I couldn't keep a gloss. I'll keep investigating and if I come up with something I will post it.
Radioactive Posted - Aug 27 2017 : 20:47:44
Though you do not specify which one you used, from their website and the materials there I get the impression that no wax is required. ( ie: after cured, it is ready to use )

I am sure you could email them with the details of the product chosen and receive their views on post-cure care.

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If you do, post the results here. Inquiring minds want to know!


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