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How Do I Buff of Rock Chips on My Black Hull?

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I ended up on a gravel road and suffered a number of rock chips. Most are not very deep but they are definitely eye-sores on my shiny black hull. Does anyone have advice on how I can get these buffed out?

Thanks

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Daniel
I ended up on a gravel road and suffered a number of rock chips. Most are not very deep but they are definitely eye-sores on my shiny black hull. Does anyone have advice on how I can get these buffed out?

Thanks

Sharpie Marker...

I hit a gravel road that had just the week before been pavement running 45-50 mph. Ended up with a bunch of small nicks in my black gel coat as well. I tried buffing them out, but most of them were deep enough that buffing would not take them out. Instead I dabbed each mark with the tip of a sharpie marker and wiped it immediately. The wipe is important as it takes all the excess ink off of the hull, but leaves the ink in the nick. The only other option that I could come up with was to fill each one of the holes with a gel coat repair kit, which I may eventually do.

If you come up with something else, please post back and let me know.

Thanks,

Daniel

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