I'm looking to take the low road and do something that will make a 20 year old chalky / oxidized Hinckley look good for a month or so. We will be having the boat painted at the yard over the winter. Just bought it--- 1998 and original gel, doubt if she ever saw a coat of wax. I'd say the oxidation is "medium bad"- not awful. I'd like to use the boat for a month or two this fall, without embarrassment. I heard something about using johnsons floor wax / mop 'n Glo -- not kidding -- for a short term shine. Looking to cheat here. I know the proper answer is wetsand / compound / polish / wax and lots of elbow grease. Prefer to skip whatever I can and have it shine for a just a short while before painting Ideas ?