Vertglas Gelcoat Restoration System
Sorry, we do not have Vertglas products in stock. Vertglas has not been shipping product since last spring and we don't know when or if the Vertglas products will be available again.
Instead of Vertglas, we recommend that you try our MS GelCoat Restoration Kits.
The MS GelGoat Restoration System is a direct replacement for Vertglas. The procedure for using both products is exactly the same. You can follow the Vertglas instruction manual using the MS GelCoat Restoration System and the results will be the same.
The first surfaces coated with the MS 51 Sealer have been out in the weather for 18 months and they still have a high-gloss shine. We have been selling the MS 51 Sealer as the replacement for Vertglas #3 since May 2012 for both new applications and recoating over existing Vertglas. Customers have reported that the only difference they noticed is that it took fewer coats of MS 51 to produce the high-gloss shine
The Vertglas gelcoat restoration system restores faded and oxidized fiberglass and gelcoat to like-new shine without buffing or polishing. Not a boat wax or polish, Vertglass restorer is a sealer which prevents oxidation and makes boat / RV maintenance and care simple. For restoring and cleaning fiberglass, Vertglas is the best shine restorer for faded / dull fiberglass on boats (including hulls), RV / motorhomes, pickup cap or any gel coat surface.
What is Vertglas?
Best of all, using Vertglas is as simple as 1-2-3. You simply clean the fiberglass, then wipe on several coats of Vertglas. Each coat dries crystal-clear in less than a minute without buffing or rubbing. After several coats you have a brilliant shine that lasts the whole season. Next season all you do is reapply more Vertglas to restore what has been worn away by the weather. See how to apply Vertglas.
Sounds too good to be true? Then see what others say about Vertglas. Many of them didn't believe Vertglas would work either (but now they do!)
Common Questions about the Vertglas Fiberglass Gelcoat Restorer
New! MS Gel Coat Restoration Kits
Everything necessary to clean and shine your Boat, RV, or Motor Home.
We are proud to introduce a new line of Gel Coat restoration products. We've been testing these products for awhile and are very happy with the results...and you will be too!
Applying the MS Gel Coat Restoration sytem is a two step process. First, clean the surface with the MS 31 Oxidation Remover. Second, restore the high gloss shine with the MS 51 Sealer.
To remove the oxidation and old wax, apply a little of the MS 31 Oxidation Remover to the white pad and scrub the surface just like you would scrub a dirty floor. Work a small area that you can reach easily. Then, flush the oxidation off the surface using a hose. Nothing remains on the surface so there is NO BUFFING required. Complete the cleaning step with a quick wash. Put a squirt of the MS 40 Boat Wash in a bucket of water and wash the surface with a sponge or soft scrub brush. Rinse with clean water and chamois the surface dry to prevent water spots.
The MS 51 Gel Coat Sealer And Color Restorer will produce a high gloss shine on all gel coat surfaces. MS 51 eliminates the need to wax or polish the gel coat. The sealer should be applied to a clean dry surface. The surface temperature should be between 50F and 85F. Apply sealer to the applicator and wipe the applicator across the surface. You do not need to brush it in as you would house paint. The sealer will dry for recoating within two minutes. NO BUFFING. Most surfaces will require five coats of sealer for a deep shine.
Each kit contains a spray bottle of the MS 60 Sealer Remover. In most cases, the MS 60 will not be used. However, it does give you some options. You can clean and coat a small area on your boat or RV to become familiar with the process. Then, you can easily remove the sealer and proceed with doing the entire surface. If you put to much sealer on the applicator and this produces a run on the surface, you can easily remove the excess sealer and continue with the coating process. To use the sealer remover, wet the area using the spray bottle, scrub with the white scrub pad, and rinse with clean water. When the surface is dry, you can re-coat with the MS 51.
The surface of vinyl decals can oxidize over time and have a dull appearance. If the decals are in good shape but not shiny, cleaning with the oxidation remover and applying sealer should restore the look of the decals. We recommend you use a sponge with the MS 31 to clean the decals. You can go over the decals with the sealer at the same time you coat the gel coat.
Ordering We have several kits available for boats and RVs/motor homes of different sizes. See our order form below for more details. For larger Boats, RV's, and Motor Homes we suggest
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