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  • Simichrome 390050 All Metal Polish Tube - 1.76 oz.
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Simichrome Metal Polish

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As Seen In The Horse Journal! This Is One Of The Easiest And Most Efficient Metal Polishes Your Customers Will Ever Use. Formerly Only In Stores In The Know, Nunn Finer Is Proud To Bring You This Exclusive Product.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00BSJYQ9S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (340 customer reviews)
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A little elbow grease, and voila!
J.S.
For frets, chrome/nickel plated parts, stainless steel, or aluminum, it works great.
The California Consumer
Simichrome is some of the best metal polish I've ever used.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By DeWayne Whitaker on October 3, 2008
Size Name: 1.76 Ounce
If your looking for the ultimate shine on your Harley chrome, this is the biggest trick in the book... Wipe it on with a suede rag, let it sit (not in the sun) for a few minutes and polish it off with a suede rag (yeah I know it'll is still wet, not dry). Do not let it dry or get on painted engine parts. This tube should last you up to a year depending on the amount of chrome... When it rains you just take a rag and wipe over any water spots that did not fall off and your done. Usually a couple of swipes... leaves the chrome feeling extremely smooth... Just a note, for your paint use the S100 WAX.
If you live anywhere in the DFW Metroplex and need it today, visit American Eagle Harley Davidson in Corinth, Texas. They have it in stock and I paid the same price that is here on Amazon. AEHOG has a sister location in Dallas, Texas as well...
One last note I use the Dr. Clean Autodry (thats right!) to clean my bike and give it that initial shine, that alone will give you a great shine with no spots... I also use an air compressor to dry my bikes as much as possible, but you can use a leaf blower... this is an easy way to remove potential water spots...
Another note, if you get this on your engine parts and it dries, you'll have a heck of a time getting it off... Here is a secret, use peanut butter to remove it from those areas where you goofed...

Okay you have all my cleaning secrets now...
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By R. Gauthier on August 8, 2008
Size Name: 250 Grams
I owned my own silverplated flatware replacement service for several years. I would buy silverplated flatware at flea markets and yard sales that looked like junk because it was so black and dirty. THE ONLY polish that would bring the silverware back and make it look almost new was Simichrome. Simichrome would actually strip one layer of the plate off of the silverware, showing the clean undamaged layer underneath. That's why you can't use it constantly on plated items. You can use it all you want on solid metals like brass and silver. It does such a beautiful job restoring things you just won't believe it. I would rub on a thin layer and let it sit and dry. Then I would take a tee shirt rag with more simichrome and start cleaning.

My husband decided to use it on the chrome exhaust pipe on his motorcycle because he accidentally laid his leather jacket on the hot chrome, and the chrome wouldn't shine after that. I told him to be really really careful, because the simichrome might take off the chrome if he wasn't careful. And of course he rubbed too hard in one spot because he's obsessive compulsive, and it did take off the chrome in that spot. But I just swear by this stuff. As long as you know it's limitations when using it with plated items, it will restore almost anything. It is really expensive, too. An 8 oz can could cost like $35 or $40. If you have a business like I did or if you just bought a super collectable item made of brass or silver that needs heavy duty cleaning, take my word for it, spend the money. And a little goes a long way.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Derf Keebslak on February 8, 2009
Size Name: 1.76 Ounce Verified Purchase
I use simichrome to polish my gold rings & jewelry. WOW! The best, bar none. One tube will last you a decade, great stuff!!! Apply with soft cloth, then buff out. Rings & jewelry are like new, no kidding.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By S. Groff on February 28, 2010
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We just bought an older home that had a lot of neat old brass hinges and door handles in need of some TLC. After a good scrubbing we used Simichrome to polish them up and they look fantastic, like they must have looked when they were installed 50 years ago. Simichrome gave all the hardware a beautiful shine and left no nasty film. It's been several months since we applied it and our hardware still looks great. We highly approve of this product and will definitely use it again.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Zeke on September 10, 2011
Size Name: 1.76 Ounce
Simply the finest metal polish ever. If there's one problem, it's that once you've used it, you'll find yourself wanting to polish everything else in the house. Heck, I'd be surprised if a little bit of this wouldn't make my resume gleam.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Morse on November 23, 2010
Size Name: 250 Grams Verified Purchase
I have been polishing a LOT of brass pieces by hand for over 25 years and this is simply the best brass polish there is. What you will quickly discover is that a very little goes a LONG LONG way and that the quality of the brass and the cloths you use will determine to a large degree the quality of the end result. Its not the fault of the polish if the brass is cheap and you use a rough stiff cloth. Old flannel cloth works the best for the final buff.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Yorkie Artist on October 22, 2007
Size Name: 1.76 Ounce
This item is an old standby product that I keep in my cupboard all the time. It cleans and polishes silver, jewelry, anything. It does not require a great deal of rubbing, just enough to get it off and buff to a shine. If you put too much on, that will take some effort. You use it "sparingly". I use the plate system to clean my silver, then, I polish and buff with Simichrome. It definitey slows down the tarnishing. Just go online and find all the wonderful uses and reviews for this product. It is one no kitchen should be without.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Cesar Perez on February 17, 2008
Size Name: 250 Grams Verified Purchase
One of the best metal polishes out there. Ive used it on stainless steel, silver, gold and aluminium. Works like a charm every time.
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