TotalBoat One Step Fiberglass Polish

One Step Fiberglass Polish


Easy-on, easy-off liquid formula cleans and polishes in one step to restore color and shine. Perfect for lightly oxidized, scratched or stained gelcoat finishes.

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  • Single-step combination cleaner and polish for marine and RV gelcoat finishes
  • Easy to apply and remove by hand
  • Safe, mild abrasive agents restore gelcoat color and gloss
  • Cleans and shines with less effort
  • Much easier to use than rubbing compounds — and safer for gelcoat finishes
  • An economical, time-saving solution perfect for lightly oxidized or stained surfaces. Excellent for midseason finish maintenance.
  • Size: 16 fl. oz.

Restore color and gloss to lightly faded, oxidized or stained fiberglass without the work

TotalBoat Fiberglass Polish combines a mild polishing agent with a protective wax coating to revitalize gelcoat finishes in a single step. It’s a perfect match for ridding your boat’s gelcoat of stains, slight scratches, and light fading. Multi-step polishing systems using rubbing compounds may be necessary on seriously neglected surfaces, but they are harder and much more time consuming to use by comparison. In addition, they are overkill for the jobs our fiberglass polish is suited for. Our polish is easy to apply and remove when applied by hand. No electric buffers necessary.

Keeping your boat looking its best is easier than you think

Follow up with an application of TotalBoat Premium Boat Wax or Podium Finish Polish for lasting protection. Need soap, polish, wax, and a polishing towel? Save more money with our comprehensive 3-step TotalBoat Hand Polishing Kit.


  • Apply a small amount of Fiberglass Polish to the cleaned surface
  • Use a clean, dry microfiber cloth or terry cloth, wipe the polish onto the surface using a circular motion, polishing the
    surface until a thin, even film has been applied.

  • Let this film to dry to a haze – this may take a minute or two.
  • Use a second clean, dry microfiber cloth or terry cloth to remove the hazy film, using a circular motion.
  • Use with adequate ventilation

TotalBoat Fiberglass Polish Technical Data

Fiberglass Polish SDS

Fiberglass Polish California Cleaning Product Disclosure

Frequently‌ ‌Asked‌ ‌Questions‌ ‌

Is TotalBoat Fiberglass Polish a rubbing compound?

No, it’s not a rubbing compound. Rather, it’s a good ‘one step’ product for surfaces that are already in good condition, and it’s easier and safer to use than rubbing compounds.

What is the difference between Fiberglass Polish and TotalShine?

TotalShine is a finishing compound that removes scratches and light oxidation and is the 2nd step in our buffing system. Although polish can remove scratches and light oxidation too, it’s commonly used for adding smoothness and shine, while restoring the hull’s original color. It also contains wax, whereas TotalShine does not.

What is the difference between Fiberglass Polish and TotalBoat Wax?

TotalBoat Wax is the final step in the 3-step Hand Polishing Kit system. For the best results, apply the premium wax after using the polish. The wax is necessary to protect that boat for the season against salt, oxidation, dirt, and UV radiation.

Will TotalBoat Fiberglass Polish restore oxidized gelcoat?

An oxidized surface may restore to some degree with polishing but still leave an uneven color due to fading. The more oxidized your hull is, the more you need to polish in order to get back to the original color.

Does it remove stains?

Yes, Fiberglass Polish is good for light cleaning and removing stains from gelcoat.

Can this polish be used on paint?

Yes, it applies easily over other waxes and polishes and is safe to use on painted surfaces.

Can Fiberglass Polish be used on cars?

Yes, it can be used on boats, cars, and RVs.

Should Fiberglass Polish be applied by hand or with a buffer?

Fiberglass Polish should be applied by hand. No buffers are necessary for application.

How do you use Fiberglass Polish?

Fiberglass Polish is simple and easy to use! Apply it by using a clean, slightly damp cloth in small sections. Then, remove using a clean section of the cloth.

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