Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant

Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant

Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant

Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I don't like the price of this stuff. But since it is "marine" it has no hope of being reasonable. But I have tried many aluminum/metal polish/protectants. This is the best I have used for a couple reasons. It goes on easy, shows its "looks" instantly, and outlasts anything else. I use it on my aluminum T-top frame/pipes and all my stainless steel hardware onboard. I have even used it on some rubber and plastics to deepen the color and it works great. The only potential con for some may be its semi-oily texture. Some professionals in the Chart bussiness, etc. may claim that using it on railings and handles could leave surfaces slick and therefore add to liabilities. I use it on everything and I haven't noted any gook-like or oily texture, so long as you don't use too much. By that I mean excessively, (NOT that you have to "hold-back"). So as I said, I have used many polishes - Purple Polish stuff, Flitz, and Iosso - which are good polishes too. But this one is easiest to apply, looks best, and lasts the longest - for me.seal limited product,max 63% off,max 66% offRupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant
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Restore and preserve aluminum, stainless steel, brass and chrome. Guards against saltwater pitting. Protects color anodizing from fading and discoloration due to UV rays. Requires no rubbing or polishing. Environmentally safe. 16 oz. spray bottle.

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Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant

Rupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I don't like the price of this stuff. But since it is "marine" it has no hope of being reasonable. But I have tried many aluminum/metal polish/protectants. This is the best I have used for a couple reasons. It goes on easy, shows its "looks" instantly, and outlasts anything else. I use it on my aluminum T-top frame/pipes and all my stainless steel hardware onboard. I have even used it on some rubber and plastics to deepen the color and it works great. The only potential con for some may be its semi-oily texture. Some professionals in the Chart bussiness, etc. may claim that using it on railings and handles could leave surfaces slick and therefore add to liabilities. I use it on everything and I haven't noted any gook-like or oily texture, so long as you don't use too much. By that I mean excessively, (NOT that you have to "hold-back"). So as I said, I have used many polishes - Purple Polish stuff, Flitz, and Iosso - which are good polishes too. But this one is easiest to apply, looks best, and lasts the longest - for me.seal limited product,max 63% off,max 66% offRupp Marine Alumaguard Cleaner Protectant