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Corvette Adam's Metal Polish #1, 8 oz

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Part #: 110-486
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Adam's Metal Polish #1, 8 oz

Adam's 8 oz Metal Polish #1 is the first step to bringing back your dull looking aluminum, chrome, or stainless trim! Just a few moments with this polish will restore them to a like new luster.

Polished aluminum wheels and trim can be a real chore to maintain. They're truly beautiful accents on any vehicle, but the fact of the matter is sometimes you just can't seem to get the shine you want. This polish is VOC compliant in all 50 states and you'll be amazed at how effortlessly you can take drab finishes and see show car quality results. If your metal surfaces have some oxidation or light scratching, start with the highly effective Metal Polish #1 to restore the finish.

Follow up with Metal Polish #2 to unlock a whole new level of shine. Maintaining nearly perfect metal is a snap with this easy to use liquid product. Use it to make your polished aluminum shine like chrome, or take your chrome to a level you never thought possible!

Made in the USA!

  • 8 oz Bottle
  • Safe on Polished Aluminum, Chrome, Stainless Steel, or Any Other Untreated Metal Finish
  • Follow Up with Metal Polish #2 for a Deeper Shine
  • Easy to Use Formula
  • VOC Compliant in All 50 States
  • Applicator Not Included
PRO TIP: Many factory wheels finishes are called "polished" by the manufacturer, but in reality are clear coated. To determine what kind of finish you have on your wheels, take a small amount of Metal Polish #1 on a clean applicator and gently rub on an inconspicuous area. If you get a black residue, your wheels are raw aluminum and can be effectively treated with the Metal Polish #1/#2 system. If you don't, then the wheels are clear coated and should be polished using a standard paint polish.