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Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925
Protect your boat all season long!

Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 goes on easy and stays on all season for a wipe and shine deck, glistening topsides, and a super slippery bottom. #925 contains a special pure Carnauba wax formula proven in harsh industrial environments. It will easily shrug off scrubbing, scuffing, detergents, salt water and marine organisms...all year long.

Boats are a big investment, yet many boat owners mistakenly think fiberglass is maintenance-free. Wrong! Fiberglass gelcoat can oxidize just like your car’s clear coat. Even if your boat is only used 3 months out of the year, that’s 3 months of intense sun exposure and water submersion, and countless opportunities for UV rays, salt, and microorganisms to impact the gelcoat finish. A little maintenance with a high quality wax goes a long way toward ensuring your boat gives you many years of enjoyment.

Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 is a liquid carnauba wax that forms a durable, scuff-resistant coating over fiberglass. Carnauba is traditionally high shine but short-lived protection – not Collinite! Their formula is renown in the boat maintenance industry for its long-lasting finish. One coat will last you all season – possibly all year - even if your boat is docked in salt water. How is this possible? Collinite has fortified the carnauba with proprietary ingredients that feed and protect the gelcoat for continuous shine and protection.

Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 allows you to clean boat surfaces by just wiping them down. The slick, shiny coating discourages the bonding of contaminants and microorganisms to make everyday maintenance much easier. The deck, topsides, and hull will all glisten like a new boat.

Plus, a coating of Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 will make the boat bottom super slick. A slick coating can reduce the drag on the boat as it slices through the water.

You’ve seen the chalky white patches on older boats? That will not happen to your boat if you protect it with Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925. Apply one coat to all fiberglass surfaces at the beginning of the season to prevent oxidation. By season’s end, the fiberglass will still be shiny and protected.

Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 is easy to apply with its liquid formula. A buffer will make application go even faster. Use a Porter Cable 7424XP Dual Action Polisher and finishing pad, or a Cyclo Orbital Polisher and two 4 inch finishing pads. Both machines will give you expert results in less time than a hand waxing.

Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925 will protect your fiberglass boat now and for the rest of the season with a tough, carnauba-based, liquid formula.

16 oz.



Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925
Item #: CO-925
Our Price: $17.99
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Collinite Fiberglass Boat Wax #925
$17.99
5 Stars based on 4 Review(s)
Guy
Punta Gorda
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

Once a Year!
November 29, 2014
Takes less than one hour. Lasts the whole year.

tim
5 Stars

collinite wax 925
August 19, 2013
best that I have found and I tried many.

Allan G.
5 Stars

colliniteboat wax
August 30, 2012
simply the best product I have ever used!

House324
5 Stars

The absolute best for fiberglass
April 28, 2011
This is the best Boat and RV wax I've used. It is easy to work with and leaves the best finish of all of the waxes. Fiberglass looks absolutely wet when finished. The longest lasting and slickest finish of any marine wax. Works well by hand or with dual action polisher. 925 does not have much cutting or cleaning power, so the fiberglass needs to be polished/compounded first.