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    CostaCoat

    Trying to restore some life to fiberglass fenders that are oxidized on our Ranger 2008 Z20.
    They look great when they are wet. But as soon as it dries, goes back to faded.

    Seems like the CostaCoat keeps the "wet" look.
    Has anyone used this on their boat or fenders?

    Thanks!

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    It's just another quick fix like Vertglass or Poli-Glow................most of then are nothing more than Acrylic Polymers, Like Future Floor Wax.

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    Costa coat is an Acrylic Polymer and has held up for nearly two years now on my Basscat PII top cap. Easy to work with also. Send me a text to 903-733-5286 and I will send you some pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbarne4 View Post
    Costa coat is an Acrylic Polymer and has held up for nearly two years now on my Basscat PII top cap. Easy to work with also. Send me a text to 903-733-5286 and I will send you some pics.
    Sending you a text.
    Sam Dunaway
    2005 Triton TR-21X
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    Just got some Costacoat to try.Last month I got new tandem fenders for my Ranger.Taking 1 old fender to my basement to apply the costacoat.To cold to apply outside.After I'm done,going to bring it back outside and let it sit.If it holds up,will apply to my top cap.

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    My fiberglass fenders were badly oxidized. I used Costacoat on them yesterday. They look great. I am amazed at how easy it was and how good they look. I no longer feel the need to replace them.
    Bill

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