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Old 11-22-2009
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Hi I would like to ask what is the recommended application of Marine Syn Wax on a Gel Coat. Would you use any Cleaners or Sealer Glaze Products First (Step 1,2)? And would you apply multiple coats of Syn wax
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Welcome to Wax Forum!

Unless the finish is in poor condition, a single coat of Marine Synthetic Wax should be all you need.

Try application with a PowerBall 4Paint and removal with a cotton terry towel.
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Hey Thank you for the reply
Can I also use the Syn Wax on the Motor and Trailer ?
Also is one coat enough ?
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Yes, Marine Synthetic Wax will work great on any painted or gelcoat surface you would normally use a cleaner wax product, including the motor and trailer.

It is formulated as a one-step product to be applied as one thin coat.
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Hi Just 1 more question would you recommend an application of Carnauba Wax on top of the Syn Wax?
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We formulated Marine Synthetic Wax to be a one-step product so we don't normally recommend it -- of course, we don't recommend against it, either. Adding a coat of Pure Carnauba Wax could be beneficial depending on how the boat was being stored. If it's worth the extra work for that marginal benefit would be tough to measure and would be more of a personal decision.
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