EZ BUFF is safe and eco friendly
EZ BUFF is a New Eco Friendly Formula. It’s water based and Biodegradable. There are no Hazardous or Toxic Solvents & Additives. There are no Carcinogenic Silica or Brown Fused Aluminum Oxide. It’s Non Flammable and Non Combustible. It’s Safe, Non Toxic and Non Corrosive.
Since it’s water based, it does not emit any ozone depleting VOC’s. There are no Hazardous Air Pollutants, Soil Pollutants or Water Pollutants. It’s environment, human and boat friendly. There are no Bad solvent odors and no coarse grit to scratch you gel coat. It’s slow drying to give you longer working time (working time can be extended even further with EZ BUFF EXTENDER) and you get greater coverage, so it’s much less expensive than using rubbing compounds.
How to use EZ BUFF
EZ BUFF can be used by hand but best results will be obtained with a Rotary Buffer with a clean wool buffing pad, at low to medium speed. We recommend using EZ BUFF EXTENDER™ to extend working time and to lubricate the surface. This reduces the chance of swirl marks. The finished surface has a long lasting gloss and surface conditioning. Now it’s ready for protection with long lasting PREMIUM BOAT SHINE™. It’s easy to apply, all synthetic and Carnauba wax free.
THE OLD FASHIONED WAY
If you search on-line for how to restore faded gel coat, how to remove gel-coat oxidation, detailing your boat, removing oxidation or how to buff your boat, even professional gel coat finishing systems, you will get information on how to wet sand your boat, then buff it with coarse rubbing compound, wiping off the lubricating grease, repeat, change pads, buff it with medium rubbing compound to get the swirls out, wipe off the grease, change pads, buff with finishing compound to remove swirls and marks, wipe off the grease, use a different buffer and pad to apply wax, buff that off and then apply a detailing wax, etc., etc. Why would you do that?
There’s a much easier way and it’s Guaranteed.
THE EZ BUFF WAY. The modern way to Restore Your Boats Finish.
Step 1. WASH YOUR BOAT
First wash your boat with BOAT CLEAN PLUS to remove all the dirt and pollutants so you don’t rub that into the pores of the gel coat. This step will shorten your buffing time and you will use less EZ BUFF buffing cream. BOAT CLEAN PLUS is a very effective surface cleaner and is free rinsing so it won’t leave a residue like soaps and detergents.
STEP 2. APPLY EZ BUFF AND BUFF
Now apply EZ BUFF to a 2 ft. by 2 ft. section of the boat. Prime your wool pad with a bit of EZ BUFF. Spray a bit of EZ BUFF EXTENDER onto the EZ BUFF. The extender reduces the chance of getting swirl marks, even by an inexperienced person and extends the working time so you don’t use as much EZ BUFF. Now turn on the buffer and using a medium speed start moving the buffer from side to side and up and down, with medium pressure, until the buffing cream is used up, then continue buffing with a light pressure until you have a dazzling shine. Wipe off any residue with a soft cotton or microfiber cloth. There is no grease, wax or silicone, so it’s easy. Make sure that you didn’t miss anything and move onto the next section.
STEP 3. WIPE ON A COAT OF ALL SYNTHETIC, WAX FREE, PREMIUM BOAT SHINE
When you’re through wipe on a coat of all PREMIUM BOAT SHINE. When it dries, wipe off the haze. Now stand back and admire your reflection in the mirror finish.
Isn’t that a lot easier? It sure saves you a lot of time and money and look at that shine.
OK, if the gel coat is extremely rough you may have to give it a good scrubbing with BOAT SCRUB to remove the real heavy oxidation. If you still have to resort to sanding, your gel coat is exhausted and you need to consider paint or re-gelling the boat.
THE SPIT TEST
A good way to tell the condition of your gel coat, even before you start is the SPIT TEST. Apply some saliva to your finger tips and rub a small section of the gel coat, preferably a dark color on the deck or near the gunwale near the transom. If the color comes up, you can proceed to washing and buffing with EZ BUFF. As soon as it dries it will revert back to the oxidized surface, but that’s OK. EZ BUFF will take care of it. If the color is marginal, try rubbing a small section with BOAT SCRUB to see if that brings up the color. If it does, you will need to wash and scrub the boat first before proceeding to EZ BUFF. If there is still no color, you’re into paint or new gel coat, but at least you’ll know before spending a lot to time and money on something that won’t work.