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Old 02-22-2012, 11:12 AM
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Default Found an easy way to wax the bottom of the boat

Just turn it over and let my son do it, lol
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Hahahaha! That be Mississippi style!.....but, thats a weird looking 35 Fountain bottom!
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30 Spectre, 1000 grit wet sand, buff and wax. Also fixed a few chips.
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Dats ona dem split botum, dubble noched, revrs chime Reely Fast fontains.
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Dats ona dem split botum, dubble noched, revrs chime Reely Fast fontains.
It also has secret lifters................
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Dats ona dem split botum, dubble noched, revrs chime Reely Fast fontains.
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The bottom was etched from someone using Hull cleaner on it. Every time it went in the water it would get stained again. It took me 2 days with help to wet sand and compound it back to a high gloss. I would never attempt to do this on a trailer or even blocks.
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That is the easier way to wax the bottom. I'm thinking the flipping the boat part (after pulling the motors and draining the fluids) is the bigger trick though.
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