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Rutland Stove and Grill Liquid Polish

4.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews
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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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Product Description

Stove and grill polish. On flammable. Non toxic. Water based emulsion of high quality natural waxes combined with some of the blackest pigments known. Buffs to a high luster as it adds life and beauty to black cast iron or steel. Not for use on painted surfaces.Black.8 oz. Made in United States.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 2 x 2 x 6.5 inches
Item Weight 9.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 9.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Metal Polishers
Manufacturer Rutland
ASIN B001AWFJTE
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 72
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4.7 out of 5 stars 37 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #115,047 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#154 in Patio, Lawn & Garden > Grills & Outdoor Cooking > Outdoor Cooking Tools & Accessories > Cleaning & Maintenance Tools > Grill Brushes
#808 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Barbecue Tools

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By Moriah on April 9, 2012
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Sorry for length, but wow, I was absolutely thrilled with this product and I really wish I had taken before and after pictures!!

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)

Procedure:
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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This works great. I got an antique wood stove that was looking pretty shabby and I applied this and it now looks great. It didn't even smell that bad upon the first firing of the stove. Definitely wear the gloves as it recommends as this will stain your skin for a few days. Great product.
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I don't have a cast iron stove but I do have cast iron grates on a gas cooktop. Those grates were getting pretty discolored and "rusty" looking. Might have something to do with occasionally running them through the dishwasher. I wanted to try to darken them back to a nice deep black so I thought I'd give stove polish a try. It does actually work -- sort of. I cleaned the grates thoroughly and then applied the liquid stove polish per the instructions. Then to "set" the polish I put the grates in my gas grill and fired up the heat. The process seemed to work. My cooktop grates are now nice and black once again. However, there is still some occasional rubbing off of the new blacking. Not enough to be a problem; just need to be aware that there could be some traces of black rub off if using a light colored cloth to clean them. Overall, I'm quite satisfied with the way the project turned out and I have lots of polish left over so I can go back and touch up any spots that need freshening up from time to time.
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By Bob S on October 30, 2007
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The product cleaned up the wood stove to look brand new. I used very little polish and it's obvious that it will last for some time. Very happy with the product.
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This polish worked well in bringing back the deep black color and luster to our wood stove. It was very easy to apply, and buffed out to an even matte-sheen finish. I don't know why I waited so long to do it!
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I love the look you get when you use this but it won't stoff off gassing a strong chemical smell while in use. My boyfriend says it smells like oven cleaner. You can taste it in the back of your throat. We've had four hot fires in our woodstove since application and it still stinks. The first time was the absolute worst but now it's only marginally better. My eyes still burn and I get a headache. It will probably take all winter to go away. Wish I wouldn't have used it because I used to enjoy the fires but now I have to deal with the side effects of the smell.

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.
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I'm a renter and previous renter trashed the stove. I have no idea what the heck they did to it. I found this and used it once and it was like new again. The only problem is, it rubs off, so if you have white dish towels, use a paper towel to wipe down the stove. Our stove is the center of the kitchen and we have an open floor plan so everyone sees it when coming into the house. I would recommend. So far, it's holding up to use.
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Great stuff! If you have a wood stove and/or cast iron accessories, this product is a must.
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.

Here's the brushes:
http://www.amazon.com/Magnolia-Brush-Single-Thickness-Paint/dp/B00CXCFUOY/ref=pd_sim_60_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=03EVRM20J9BDCRAZBENV&dpID=31eZRFOzkCL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_
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