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Marine Polishing Solutions
We guide you through the processes of polishing gelcoat and lacquered / painted wooden surfaces found in Marine applications. Our expertly curated solutions are here to help you restore weathered gelcoats, remove scratches and protect and maintain marine surfaces.
For light-coloured gelcoat that has been scratched or heavily weathered, we recommend a two-step solution to restore the finish.
Acrylic boat windows and hatches can suffer from scuffing and fading over time. Here's how to remove cloudiness and restore them back to their former glory.
Swirl marks on boat paintwork are a common and unsightly defect that can often occur. To combat this issue, Farécla offers a targeted solution.
Protect your boat paint from UV to prevent oxidation and reduce the risk of paint fade.
Polishing Medium Solids marine paint with Profile 350 Advanced and a polishing machine.
We demonstrate how to polish High Solids and Ultra High Solids marine paints using Profile 400 Advanced Plus.
Exposure to the elements causes weathering of gelcoat seen as fading, chalking or yellowing. Polishing can restore the colour and gloss.
Restoration of dull or faded boat paintwork by hand or machine with these simple steps.
Sunlight reflecting off the water means double exposure of your boat's paintwork to harmful ultraviolet rays, so it's important to protect your painted boat finish, for longevity and shine.