Flitz Metal Polish and Fiberglass Paste is unrivaled in its ability to clean, polish, and protect most metals, fiberglass, and painted surfaces. Protects against tarnish, rust, water stains, and water corrosion. Lasts up to 6 months in a harsh, salt water environment!
Works on brass, copper, silverplate, sterling, chrome, stainless steel, nickel, bronze, solid gold, aluminum, anodized aluminum, beryllium, magnesium, platinum, pewter, painted surfaces, glass, plexiglass, fiberglass and armatel.
Flitz metal polish paste removes tarnish, rust, water stains, chalking, lime deposits, heat discoloration, lead and powder residue, oxidation, bugs, tar, oil, fingerprints, tree sap, bird droppings, graffiti, dye, and black streaks.
Available in a 5.29 oz (150 gram) tube or a value-sized quart can weighing 2 lbs. (906 grams).
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How to Use Flitz Paste Polish
Apply paste polish sparingly and do not allow to dry. While Flitz is still moist, buff the surface with a Flitz Microfiber Towel, Flitz Original BuffBall, or a clean, dry towel.
Surface or Surface Condition
How to Clean
Fiberglass and painted surfaces
Apply Flitz with a clean, damp cloth. Polish with a soft, dry cloth.
Apply Flitz using bronze wool; apply pressure while rubbing, if necessary. Polish with a dry, soft cloth.
Corrosion and rust
Apply Flitz with #0000 steel wool; if needed, apply pressure when rubbing. Polish with a dry, soft cloth.
Stainless steel, aluminum, and mag alloys
Apply Flitz and wipe clean with a paper towel; polish with a dry, soft cloth.
Use a stiff brush to apply Flitz and rub until lime deposits are removed; polish with a dry, soft cloth.
Apply a moderate coating of Flitz paste and allow 3 minutes to penetrate. Rub with a paper towel and polish with a clean, soft cloth. Repeat, if needed.
Tarnished brass, copper, & bronze
Apply Flitz with a paper towel and rub briskly; polish with a dry, soft cloth.
Tarnished gold and silver
Use a clean, soft cloth to apply a light coat of Flitz paste; use a dry, clean cloth to polish to a high shine.
Use a clean, soft cloth to apply a light coat of Flitz paste; use a dry, clean cloth to polish. Paste is safe for use on factory gun bluing.
Yes, I believe it would. I use it to remove freshwater lake hard water dirty water stains from stainless steel rubrail and other related items on pontoon boat with great success. Some elbow grease required!
Answered on 9/30/2013 by BRUCE MAJOR from undisclosed
We have some water streaks that don't want to come off tried different things at it doesn't take them off! Thanks
Answered on 9/30/2013 by Bill Goodman from undisclosed
I have a Sub-Zero stainless steel fridge, and Bosch dishwasher. The best thing for cleaning these surfaces is a CasaBella microfiber cloth specifically made for stainless steel. There are cheaper cloths that don't work as well. Just dampen the cloth and wipe the steel in the direction it's laid out.
Flitz is terrific for other uses, like my stainless steel sink and faucets. I even used it on marble counters with good results. But it seemed to be overkill on the appliances. Ironically, the Signature brand polish that came with the fridge caused streaks.
If you have a lot of grime on the surface, first wipe it down with a wet sponge with a tiny amount of Dawn liquid.
Answered on 9/30/2013 by GLORIA ROSE from undisclosed
Will it polish the scratches out of a stainless steel sink?
I never used it in the sink, I think it might polish it up a bit. I have used it on aluminum wheels on my jeep and polished the stainless on boats. Gel gloss is also good for brightening up a stainless sink.
Answered on 10/1/2011 by JILL KROMER from undisclosed
Don Know, I've only used it my vinyl windows Hull.
Answered on 8/3/2011 by TONY DUVALL from undisclosed
Flitz does a great job cleaning and polishing many metals. On my boat corrosion on aluminum is always a problem- this stuff makes it easy to clean the crud off. Stainless gets pretty nasty when exposed to salt water- again Flitz polishes up nicely.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend