Originally Posted by djousset
I just finished buffing/polishing the hull
and want to put a coat of paste wax over it. I see differing opinions i.e "Carnauba is good", Carnauba is not good", "look for UV protection", "look for insulator wax".
If you have come HERE looking for a single
definitive answer, you will be sadly disappointed...
But, definitely it is more important to wax than to pick EXACTLY the best one.
We use a product called "Woody Wax"
Works great even on textured nonskid to release dirt. Even dried fish
blood just rinses off--for months.
It's really easy to apply, and does a great job. On our anodized aluminum
arch, we can see exactly how high Karen can reach. After 4 years, everything she can reach looks new, above that is showing signs of pitting. Pretty much everything made of fiberglass
or metal on our boat
above the water
line has a chat with "Woody" at least once a year.