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Old 08-09-2010, 01:54 PM
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Heater63 your PM box is full...I'd love to try some of the Power One.
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Old 08-09-2010, 02:38 PM
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hey guys, how about hard water stains on painted hullsides? will this power one work, or will it destroy the finish and paint? there are so many minerals in the water here in the st. lawrence river and lake ontario.
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Old 08-10-2010, 12:06 PM
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The power1one works awesome on hard water stains. We also boat on the st.lawrence river and use the product all the time. Contact me a [email protected] and i will hook you up.
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Glad to see a racing sponsor getting involved in our sport and seeing a great product getting the attention and use it deserves....a win....win for everyone....
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Will it take black soot off of transom? Havn't found anything that will.
Foutian of youth products make a product called quick shine that works awesome on exhaust residue.
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hey guys, how about hard water stains on painted hullsides? will this power one work, or will it destroy the finish and paint? there are so many minerals in the water here in the st. lawrence river and lake ontario.
hey dbhammer, where ya at on the st. lawrence??? if your near A-bay, swing into Wagoner's marina....i can hook ya up with what ya need, same goes for anyone else in the 1000 islands region. No doubt, all the fountain of youth products just flat out work!!

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Dave, you mentioned you ordered some of the other Fountain of Youth products. Did you try the compound or polymer polish? Results?
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Dave, you mentioned you ordered some of the other Fountain of Youth products. Did you try the compound or polymer polish? Results?
Actually yea, i used the compound (Tottaly Buff) last week on the 38. The stuff is awesome, its a diminishing compound so as you work it it breaks down into a finer polish kinda stuff and produces a nice shine. Heres the kicker i did the entire boat (38 Donzi ZX) and used about ten ounces and never had to spur the pad a single time. That was a real surprise to me usually with good cutting compounds the pad (wool) requires constant cleaning. I gave the boat a good bath then went over it with their QuickShine. The boat has never looked better. QuickShine is another cool wipe on wipe off wax in their lineup, super easy on and off that ties the whole process together.

Havnt used the polymer stuff but i have a qt i will try soon. I bought a qt of every product they had and so far i have been impressed with everything. This hull stain remover really blows me away. I had the boat in for five days last weekend and had the usual brown ring we get from the water in this river. Had the boat on the trailer and it dried overnight took it to the shop in the morning and just sprayed it on with a squirt bottle. Whole process took maybe five minutes, use to take me several hours with SnowBowl.
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Glassdave,have you had a chance to try the other products by Fountain of Youth? Curious what you think.Also those people that I sent product to last week,I would love to hear your comments
FINALLY got some cooler temperatures and decided to try this Power One stuff that I ordered a few weeks ago and it worked great! I'm glad I bought a gallon instead of just a quart.

Nice when a product works as advertised! Thanks Heater63
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The detailers we use apply "snow-bowl" toilet bowl cleaner and it does the same thing... for a lot less $$
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