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Awlgrip AwlCare
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awlgrip awlcare sealer half gallon size
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Awlgrip AwlCare Customer Questions and Answers

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I have an Albin 28TE (30ft LOA). How much do I need to do the entire hull?

Asked on 04/09/2015 by Undisclosed

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Firstly, I love the AwlCare. It goes on and wipes off really easily. How much? I have a Regulator 23 and do just the hull once in the spring. I've gotten 3 seasons out of one bottle and still have plenty left. I also use the Awlgrip wash product before putting on the wax. Great products.

Answered on 04/09/2015 by STEVEN FLEMING
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I bought a gal for my 54 cat had enough to do her twice

Answered on 04/09/2015 by Tom McGuern

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I purchased a quart bottle of the wash, at a mixture of 1 ounce to a gallon of water I was able to wash 3 boats that were 37-40' . BRW- the wash is amazing. The actual wax (1/2 gallon) I only used 1/3 of that bottle for the same 3 vessels. The wax is super easy to work with and also an amazing product.

Answered on 04/09/2015 by MARK LURVEY

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1 bottle should do it.

Answered on 04/09/2015 by WILLIAM ROBINSON

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A pint bottle will do a single application once. The manufacturer recommends multiple coats buffing in between each. The more coats you apply the better protection and shine. For a cost savings I would recommend the half gallon. You will use it when you see the results. You can apply it in full sun and leave it on as long as you want before buffing. Spider and bird poo comes off very easy with this polymer. In many cases a hard rain will make the boat look freshly washed. We however use Awlwash when washing the boat. Hope this helps.

Answered on 04/10/2015 by GARY SOWARD

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Not very much. I have a 44 Hinkley and it takes about a pint for the entire hull but i am sure it depends on the condition of the paint and when it was last polished.

Answered on 04/14/2015 by EARL HORTON
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Please tell me if Awlcare can be used over gelcoat and fiberglass to clean, shine and protect the surface from scum while at the mooring?

Asked on 04/04/2012 by Rob Kline

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My topsides and other painted surfaces are Awlgrip painted and I have followed the manufacturer's recommendation to clean the surfaces with AwlWash and then buff with AwlCare. Seems to work just fine. But I can't say about other surfaces. AwlCare is not cheap.

Answered on 04/05/2012 by WILLIAM PALMER
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I don't see why not. There are far less expensive products that will do the same. Pretty hard to remove when dry though. No abrasive in the product. I find gelcoat cleans better and shines better with a 'cleaning' wax designed for gelcoat. I would not attempt to do it while the boat in in the water with awlcare at the waterline. probably won't clean the scum line that well (not a dry surface). Paint the bottom a bit higher if the gelcoat is getting slimy. a dedicated bottom cleaner product will clean the scum line better (but not the most eco friendly products to use on the water)

Answered on 04/05/2012 by Paul Seeberg

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Rob Great stuff ,Makes hull have more depth .As for using it on the mooring sure can but do not mix with water.Has to stay dry . good luck .jay

Answered on 04/05/2012 by GEORGE ARNOLD
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What is storage shelf life for Awlgrip Awlcare after it has been opened? Thanks

Asked on 10/31/2019 by Dee from North Carolina

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It should be good for at least a year. Keep container closed when not in used. Keep from freezing.

Answered on 10/31/2019 by Richard
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