Have used poliglow for years and very happy with results.
My 26 year old hull
is beige and looks just about new when
poliglow applied (so I'm told).
Search poliglow on forum, subject has been discussed
see all the different points of view...the good, the bad, the ugly.
The prep is very important, hull
must be clean and must remove
oxidation or you will have nice shinny oxidation.
All the work is in the prep, applying the poliglow 5-6 coats goes very fast as it drys very fast in warm temps, say over 70 f.
I get my best results when I strip off with poli prep and reapply
the PoliGlow rather than just touching up very year.
Main reason I use is that I do not have to compound hull
(removing a little gel coat every time...making it a little bit more
porous). If area or strip that has oxidation then you will have to
I do not use on deck
or anti skid, becomes to slippery.
Down side if you don't like results is strip off the poliglow
(with poli prep) and wax.