CA 03516-6

Flitz Metal, Plastic & Fiberglass Polish Paste - 1.0lb

Flitz Metal, Plastic & Fiberglass Polish Paste - 1.0lb
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Metal, Plastic & Fiberglass Polish Paste - 1.0lb

One product, many uses. Metal, plastic, fiberglass, glass, Corian®...
This is our signature product. The one that launched our company over 30 years ago. A concentrated cream, Flitz Polish is unsurpassed in its ability to Clean, Polish, Deoxidize and Protect. Tough,durable protection; Non-abrasive formula; Non-toxic; Non-flammable;USDA authorized; Protects up to 6 months in fresh water; up to 3 months in salt water.

Easily Removes:
Tarnish, Rust, Water Stains, Chalking, Lime Deposits, Heat Discoloration, Lead & Powder Residue, Oxidation, Bugs, Tar, Oil, Fingerprints, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Graffiti, Dyes, Black Streaks/Scuff Marks.

Use on:
Brass, Copper, Silverplate, Sterling Silver, Chrome, Stainless Steel, Nickel, Bronze, Solid Gold, Aluminum, Annodized Aluminum, Beryllium, Magnesium, Platinum, Pewter, Factory Hot Gun Bluing, Painted Surfaces, Formica®, Cultured Marble, Corian®, Glass, Plexiglas®, Plastics, Fiberglass, Eisenglass, and Armatel®
Not for: Electroplated finishes.

HOW TO USE:

  • Use sparingly. Do not let dry. Buff with Flitz Microfiber, Flitz Original Büff Ball or dry towel while Flitz is still moist
  • Tarnished Brass, Copper, Bronze, etc: Apply Flitz with paper towel. Rub briskly, polish with soft cloth
  • Tarnished Silver & Gold: Apply light coat of Flitz with soft cloth. Polish with clean dry cloth until brilliant
  • Firearms: Apply light coat of Flitz with a soft cloth and polish with a clean dry cloth. Flitz will not harm factory gun bluing
  • Rust & Corrosion: Apply Flitz with #0000 Steel wool. If necessary, apply pressure when rubbing. Polish with soft cloth
  • Marine Corrosion: Apply Flitz using Bronze wool applying pressure while rubbing if necessary. Polish with a soft cloth
  • Aluminum, Mag Alloys, & Stainless: Apply Flitz and clean with paper towel. Polish with soft cloth
  • Heat Discoloration: Apply moderate coat of Flitz. Allow to penetrate 3 minutes. Rub with paper towel. Polish with soft cloth. Repeat if necessary
  • Lime Deposits: Apply Flitz with stiff brush. Rub until lime is removed. Polish with soft cloth
  • Fiberglass & Painted Surfaces: Apply Flitz with damp cloth. Polish with soft, dry cloth
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Flitz Metal, Plastic & Fiberglass Polish Paste - 1.0lb CA 03516-6 FLITZ METAL,PLASTIC & FIBERGLASS POLISH - PASTE
$33.98
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