YBP-0101

Shurhold Buff Magic Fiberglass Reconditioner & Metal Polish

Shurhold Buff Magic Fiberglass Reconditioner & Metal Polish

Description

The Shurhold Buff Magic Fiberglass Reconditioner & Metal Polish is formulated to polish steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, and other metals.

Features

  • Works finish from very dull to ultra glossy
  • Removes oxidation, surface rust and tarnish
  • Ideal for cars, boats RV's, and pots and pans
List Price
$28.99
Your Price
$27.30
In Stock

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Details

Buff Magic is scientifically formulated with jeweler's rouge to be a metal polish, as well as a buffing and polishing cream. This unique formula changes as you use it. With each pass of a buffer or hand polishing the proprietary abrasives in this compound break down smaller and smaller. This effectively creates a compound that can work your finish from very dull to ultra glossy with just one product. Additionally, since you do not have to switch products, this will save you time and money.

Buff Magic removes:


  • oxidation
  • gelcoat staining
  • surface rust
  • tarnish
  • Plexi-glas scratches
  • P800 and finer DA scratches


Buff Magic is perfect for:

  • Boats
  • Cars
  • Rv's
  • Pot & Pans
  • Acrylic Tubs & Showers
  • and much more...



Buff Magic has been formulated to be user friendly whether buffing by machine or hand. It is also an ideal metal cleaner and polisher for steel, aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, gold and other precious metals.

Buff Magic is a NMMA Innovation Award Winner.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Shurhold Buff Magic Fiberglass Reconditioner & Metal Polish YBP-0101 Buff magic fiberglass reconditioner and metal polish, 22 ounces
$27.30
In Stock

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