I can definitely recommend our Dual Action Polisher for your buffer. It's a small, powerful tool that's perfect for jobs involving light oxidation and regular maintenance. If your plan is to remove the oxidation completely, you'll need a few Buff Magic Compounding Pads and Buff Magic itself. If you need instructions on how to buff the boat, we have a video demonstrating that process. 

If you're looking to simply protect your boat or if you compound the boat using the method above, you'll need some Pro Polish and a few Pro Polish Pads. This will need to be applied after buffing and as general maintenance for the boat, 2-4 times a year for best results. It should come on and off much easier than the 3M cleaner wax, as it has no aggregate or talc powder. Here is a video on waxing using Pro Polish

I hope this points you in the right direction and have a great week!