Silky polish

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  1. wivvy's dad

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    Yes I bought some ..in a pot like a thick paste.

    I used it on a panel or two and they came up very well.......quite hard work to apply but impressive results.


    barry
     
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    Hi Wivvy's Dad
    I have used it for years now, as it says it is a non abrasive cleaner and really good at shifting the black streaks, it is only a cleaner though NOT a polish, they have brought out another one marketed as a cleaner and polish in a spray bottle but in my opinion that one is neither one thing or the other, but yes the silky cleaner is excellent.:thumb:
     
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    I've also used it for years.. great stuff, really shifts the grime and dirt. Use prior to applying a good quality polish .. highly recommend :thumb:
     
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    Also, I forgot to mention, if you apply it with a damp sponge it goes on and comes off far easier.:thumb:
     
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