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Old 06-18-2009, 07:08 AM
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We have also , Got everything in a timely manner. good guys & great products.
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I bought some Frenzy a couple of years ago based on all the recommendations on this board. I have to tell you of all the products I have ever used this stuff was among the worst in terms of applying and removing. The results were fine, it just took way too much effort to apply and remove. I ended up throwing the bottle away. Leverage is the way to go.
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I bought some Frenzy a couple of years ago based on all the recommendations on this board. I have to tell you of all the products I have ever used this stuff was among the worst in terms of applying and removing. The results were fine, it just took way too much effort to apply and remove. I ended up throwing the bottle away. Leverage is the way to go.
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Old 06-18-2009, 02:46 PM
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I had been using Griots wax that was a real ***** to get off however, great end results. I am hoping the Frenzy is better but, if it is hard to remove, I will try some Leverage
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Old 06-18-2009, 04:51 PM
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I had been using Griots wax that was a real ***** to get off however, great end results. I am hoping the Frenzy is better but, if it is hard to remove, I will try some Leverage
It isn't as bad to remove as an old paste wax but it definitely takes some effort and does leave quite a bit of dust. As I said, the end result was just fine but the effort to acheive it was too much in my opinion.
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Old 06-18-2009, 06:57 PM
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I'm not going to get into the wax/polish wars and what holds the best shine or protection but Frenzy was easy for me to use.
I just completed one side of my 32' Fountain with Frenzy in about 40 minutes.
It's a liquid, easy on and dried by the time I covered the hull side and buffed off by hand with an old tee shirt.
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Old 06-18-2009, 10:26 PM
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I have been using Frenzy for three seasons, very easy to apply and remove. I even use it in bright sun and a hot deck.
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I just wanted to give a update to this thread. My order was shipped as promised from the factory. I tried the Frenzy on one spot of the boat and it works great. The full detail is coming this weekend.
By the way, I thought it went on and off real easy.
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