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Old 04-03-2008, 06:25 AM
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read your own posts tool.
1. you worked at skater
2. you used doonies product and bioclean is better.BS
3. you are A FOOL.
SHUT IT BOY.
WRONG GROUP OF GUYS YOUR SCREWING WITH.

I remember reading this somewhere...Also I liked Bio-Kleen, their interior cleaner was good...but Like I mentioned earlier...Donnie's Leverage and especially his leather/vinyl cleaner and conditioner is the best stuff Ive used to date. Far superior...It works awesome on the material in the cockpit of the Nortech, especiaslly the light grey which almost looks white. Leaves it soft and not greasy to the touch, and is actually more plyable, you can really feel the difference.
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Old 04-03-2008, 07:05 AM
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i love this stuff too.
and yes it works great on cars. i have a 73 450 sl, i was pink from oxidation, used leverage oxidation remover and this car looks like it rolled off the show room floor.
great work donnie
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If you like your boat to be shiny, If you don't want to work your a$$ of to make your boat look shiny and cool, If you want you boat to look like new, and If you don't want to spend a fortune to get your boat looking that way then use Marineclean's Leverage. Great product.
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Old 04-03-2008, 10:19 AM
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I will have to order me some. I have been using waxing frenzybut I am hearing it is bad to wax gel coat.
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Donnie how would Leverage work on car?

It worked pretty darn good on my old beater!

Granted, the car isn't driven when it's raining and hasn't been washed (it stays in the garage with a dust cover on it), but I waxed the car in Jan. of 2007 and it is still shining. I usually just dust it off with one of those brush things or mist it with a hose and wipe it down.
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Old 04-03-2008, 10:29 AM
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Also what are your thoughts on waxing a boat bottom for top speed purposes ?
Stainless,

I've asked this question before and from what I have been told waxing the bottom of the boat will actually slow you down because it creates more friction. I was advised, and did, wet sand the bottom of my boat with a fine grit paper to gain speed. All said and done I did pick up 1MPH, however, it will take away the nice smooth gelcoat finish (kinda obvious.) I am told that they do this on the race boats as well, racesdad any thoughts?

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the reason i asked is that i've used kiss cote on 4 diff boats and seen an aprox 3 mph increase i was just wondering what leverage's thoughts on this were
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where's the best place to order it ?
Stainless,

Since I am in NY, I ordered it from Lakeside Restorations in PA, seeing as you are in CT they would probably be your best bet. Ordering from them was easy and they shipped it out the next day, their number is 570-639-2628.

On a side note, Donnie has been great. Although we have not connected when I asked him for advise in a posting, he emailed me his phone number and asked that I call him so he can walk me through the best way to apply his products. I think that is rather impressive as most companies might give you the time of day if you are lucky. Can't wait to try the product!

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the reason i asked is that i've used kiss cote on 4 diff boats and seen an aprox 3 mph increase i was just wondering what leverage's thoughts on this were
Dude, that's awesome! I've gained 2-3mph (depending on the day) with wet sanding and re-propping. I might have to try that!
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stuff works well not cheap though
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