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Perfect of removing scratches and scuffs from bimini top panels. You won't believe how new they look after just one use.  Customers have saved thousands of dollars in replacement costs and all that's requred is a Saturday afternoon, a power drill, and this kit. 


Tools Required:

(1) Drill (rated at approximately 1000 rpm) or power buffer

(1) Spray bottle - approximately 10 ounce capacity (for clean water)

List of Contents:

(1) 4.75 inch diameter Back-up pad for a drill or power buffer

(1) TufBuf Polishing Pad

(1) White Sponge Pad (1) 8 ounce Micro-Gloss #5

(1) 8 ounce Micro-Gloss (1) 8 ounce Final Finish

(1) Flannel Cloths (1) Instructions

Preparing for the Best Results:

Lay the vinyl piece flat on a soft, clean surface. Always keep the work surface and restoral materials clean. Begin by flushing the vinyl with water to remove any surface dirt. Contamination can causes scratches.

Read the instructions carefully and review the kit contents before starting.

The Process:

1. Attach the back-up pad to the drill or power buffer, then attach the TufBuf to the back-up pad. Apply approximately 1 tablespoon of Micro-Gloss #5 to the surface and spritz with water. Start the drill or buffer after contact with the surface. Buff the surface for 2-4 minutes per square foot, using an even sweeping motion. At regular intervals, sweep perpendicularly to the previous motion in order to minimize the chance of distortion. Keep the vinyl damp while polishing in order to avoid heat generation and scratching. Wipe surface clean with dry, flannel cloth and check for scratches by visually inspecting the surface. If damage is still visible repeat step 1. Using Micro-Gloss.

2. Attach the white sponge to the back-up pad. Apply approximately 1 tablespoon of Final Finish to the surface. Start the drill after contact with the surface. Buff the surface 2-4 minutes per square foot, using an even sweeping motion. At regular intervals, sweep perpendicularly to the previous motion in order to minimize the chance of distortion. Wipe surface clean with dry flannel.

3. Clean sponge, TufBuf pad and flannel cloths with mild detergent, rinse and air dry for future use.

4. Use Micro-Gloss #5 and Final Finish by hand as a cleaner for periodic maintenance.

 

 

06/01/02 - clear seas vinyl