|Item Weight||4.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 5.1 x 5.1 inches|
|Item model number||550|
|Manufacturer Part Number||550|
BlueMagic 550 Metal Polish Cream, 72.oz
|Price:||$23.31 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
|You Save:||$3.68 (14%)|
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- For all metal surfaces, brass, copper, sterling silver, aluminum, stainless steel and gold
- Removes tarnish and oxidation
- Provides lasting protective coating
- This item is not for sale in Catalina Island
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm redoing a 1953 Airstream that was probably never polished and spent the last 22 years sitting in the sun and weather on a farm. (There was a tree growing through the tongue.) It's overall heavily oxidized. The surface feels like fine sandpaper. Now, these vintage Airstreams were made with all-clad aluminum that has a thin surface layer of soft metal to take that true mirror finish you don't see on new ones. You can indeed return it to that state, but this polish won't do that. No polish alone will do that. That requires many steps of abrasives to remove scratches and several steps of different polishes to bring back the shine. That's more than I want to do, so I determined to do the best a polish could do. This is the one I chose.
Being a polish, it can't remove scratched. Nor an it or any other polish remove all the oxidation in one pass. It takes multiple applications, wiping away black oxide and buffing after each application. If your aluminum isn't too heavily oxidized, meaning it's clouded but without visible nodules of oxidation, you can get a pretty nice finish with two or three applications. Heavy oxidation will take three, four, or more. And that's with an angle grinder type polisher, and running through a fair number of wool applicators. You don't want to try to do it all in one pass, because you'll build up so much black oxide that it will hard to remove.Read more ›
There are some problems here. Unlike Blue Magic 200, this stuff WILL damage lacquer. In fact, it's relatively effective at removing thin areas of lacquer, so this might be beneficial for some purposes. Don't use this to clean things with lacquer if you're not willing to remove it. You will get chips of lacquer in your cleaning rag.
In short, if you too have found that your local stores stopped carrying Blue Magic products, you better buy this. It's the best general purpose metal polish you can get.
This product is easy to use and results in a great shine. It's got a strong ammonia odor when the lid is removed, so don't have it close to your face.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
product delivered in broken container. Had to scoop out all i could and put it in another jar,maybe it won't go bad before i can use it,that is whats left of it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Terry M.
The best thing I ever tried, works one everything,silver , aluminum,etcPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This producto came broken tomorrow i will post the damege in the entire order. I cant believe the effects please contacto for the disaster that causePublished 4 months ago by emiliobali/mariabali
not impressed. After using the lens leaner, i was expecting morePublished 4 months ago by Mihai Petre
I bought this to clean the candles in church and it does an excellent job!! So happy with it.Published 10 months ago by Judy Kurutz