Autoglym Metal Polish Liquid 325mL

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Autoglym Metal Polish imparts a brilliant long lasting finish on all types of polishable metal including chromium, stainless steel, copper, brass, aluminium and alloys. Use on brightwork including hub caps, grilles, headlamps, door handles, motorcycle/cycle wheels, forks, hubs and castings.

Product Features and Benefits:

  • Removes rust, stains, and oxidation
  • Polishes and restores metal surfaces
  • Leaves a long-lasting shine
  • Safe for use on all metal surfaces
  • Easy to use

Autoglym Metal Polish Liquid is a powerful formula designed to polish and restore your car's metal surfaces. Over time, metal surfaces can become stained, rusty, and oxidized, causing them to look dull and worn. But with regular use of this powerful polish, you can remove stains and oxidation and restore the shine to your metal surfaces.

The easy-to-use formula is safe for use on all metal surfaces, so you can clean and protect your car's exterior with confidence. It leaves a long-lasting shine that will keep your car looking its best for weeks to come.

So whether you're a car enthusiast who wants to keep your ride looking its best or just someone who wants to protect your investment, Autoglym Metal Polish Liquid is the perfect choice.

Step 1: Preparation

Clean the surface of any dirt or debris. Shake the bottle well before use. Ensure that the surface is cool to the touch and out of direct sunlight.

Step 2: Application

Apply a small amount of Autoglym Metal Polish Liquid onto a clean, dry cloth. Rub the product into the metal surface using a circular motion. For heavily oxidized areas, you may need to apply more product and use more pressure. Avoid using excessive pressure on delicate or painted metal surfaces.

Step 3: Buffing

Once the product has been applied, buff the surface with a clean, dry cloth until the desired shine is achieved. For best results, use a microfiber towel or a cloth specifically designed for polishing.

Step 4: Repeat if Necessary

If the surface is heavily oxidized, you may need to repeat the process several times. For best results, avoid allowing the product to dry on the surface before buffing.

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