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Rutland Stove and Grill Liquid Polish
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- 8 ounce liquid polish shines and brightens your old stove or grill
- Non-toxic and non-flammable
- Protects your metal from rusting and aging prematurely
- Not for use on painted surfaces or stainless, raw, or sandblasted steel
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First, the items needing polished/refinished:
1. Wood stove installed 2 years ago. Had a water leak above the stove which caused bad rusting on the top.
2. Cast iron skillet was on the stove and rusted bad inside and on the bottom.
3. Cast iron tea kettle badly rusted inside.
(All of these have been sitting like this and not been cared for, for about a year. So rust set in good)
1. I wore chemical resistant cleaning gloves. This process can get messy, so wearing the gloves is very helpful for all parts of this. Also have a shop vac, or other vacuum handy.
2. I used Steel Wool #000 to get off the rust on all of the items. This takes some patience but I was surprised after scrubbing off the rust that there was still a black finish underneath and not bare metal. All of it (except for the tea kettle) was surface rust.
NOTE: I was going to use a loose wire brush on my grinder, but after doing it with the steel wool I realized that would have been way overkill and would have probably damaged more than helped. I could see it being useful for somebody with a completely rusted item that goes to bare metal and needs some hardcore cleaning. Still recommend starting with steel wool, maybe coarser grain.
3. Vacuum up multiple times after using the steel wool to clear the surface so you can see what still needs to be done (brush tip works best). I used the steel wool, vacuum, steel wool, vacuum, probably 5-10 times before I was satisfied on each item.
4. Take a cotton cloth dampened with hot water and get any dust residue still on the surface. Wipe down with dry towel.
LET DRY COMPLETELY!!!!!
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Love it! Made my tired looking wood stove look like new. Barely any smell. I did end up using a little more than half the bottle. My stove had a textured finish. It was easier to slop it on and rub the rest off. I really had to work to get it into the nooks and crannies but it was worth it. Make sure you use sturdy gloves. I have a black thumb due to a hole in my glove and no amount of scrubbing seems to take it off.
Apply the product to room temperature surfaces with an inexpensive brush and let dry. Buff it out for a like-new finish. The first burn has an odor, but not as bad as paint. It's also WAY easier to deal with than paint.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked as described. Perfect for polishing up the exterior our wood burning stove!Published 1 month ago by alexis
I used this on a wrought iron fireplace grill (used only for decorative purposes). After I had removed year's of rust, scraping and steel-wooling and cleaning, I applied this... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ted Robinson
Great for outdoor cast iron funiture. Makes the furniture look like new.Published 5 months ago by Patricia St Pierre
It made my forty year-old stove look like new. I was very impressed.Published 10 months ago by Barbara J. Gerrietts
Brought an old Better N Bens stove insert back to life. Works amazingly well. Its liquid graphite, so its gonna turn stuff black. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Vince
I love this product. Buy this brand each year. It is so easy to brush on and last through the winter months.Published 13 months ago by LP