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Poly moldboard polish

Discussion in 'Commercial Snow Removal' started by Lou, Nov 29, 2001.

  1. Lou

    Lou Member
    Messages: 74

    After trying just about everything, including a Meyer recomendation, finally found a great way to keep a poly moldboard slick. I found it by going to polyeythlene polishes on a google search.

    Up popped" How to store your polyeythlene kayak " They advised using Armour All. Tried it and it is holding up as if the board were new. Would have posted this sooner but wanted to see if it would hold up. Was really surprised.
  2. DaveK

    DaveK Senior Member
    Messages: 420

    It would seem that you could use a good car wax as well. One of the good carnuba waxes. Or, like Armor All, you could just spray a silicone wax on and walk away. Wouldn't even need to rub it in. May not last as long as the good stuff, but alot easier.
  3. sledhead

    sledhead Member
    Messages: 77

    Ever try Pledge?
    I use it on my plastic snowmobile skis and bellypan.
    Same basic material.
    No snow or ice sticktion at all.
  4. DaveK

    DaveK Senior Member
    Messages: 420

    I like that word.... sticktion. :)

    We did have a little snow the other day but there was no sticktion. Melted as soon as it hit the ground.:(