Old 05-06-2015, 09:07 AM
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My rocket launchers (gold color) and some of the other stainless on my T-top has a haze one it. I have scrubbed it and then used Woody Wax with a fine white synthetic scrub pad and it looks great. A few days later the haze seems to be back. Is there a procedure to put the "permanent" shine back on this brightwork? I have rotary and random orbital polishers along with the associated pads and products.
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When I polish bightwork, I use our Buff Magic and apply it with a clean microfiber. Buff Magic contains jewlers rouge, which makes it a great metal polish. Really work it in and wipe off the excess with a clean microfiber cloth. To keep that shine and make the metal feel soft to the touch, apply some Pro Polish. This is our polymer based wax. Apply with a clean microfiber and work the product in then wipe off the excess. You will want to re-wax this metal when you do the rest of your boat to keep it looking its best.

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