The remarkable Flitz Polish comes in a compact tube of 1.76 ounces, which is designed for metal, plastic, and fiberglass cleaning. This exceptional product has versatile applications, making it an indispensable aid for cleaning your heating appliances. With non-abrasive, non-toxic, and non-flammable properties, this concentrated polish paste excels at cleaning, polishing, protecting, and deoxidizing a wide range of surfaces.
The Flitz Polish is not only suitable for your stove, insert or fireplace trim, and glass, but it also has several other uses. This wonder tube is a must-have cleaning solution offering many benefits. It is USDA authorized and provides protection for up to 6 months in fresh water conditions, and up to 3 months in salt water scenarios.
Use sparingly and do not let product dry. Buff with a microfiber cloth or dry towel while still moist for a like-new shine!
- Perfect for use on:
Brass, copper, silverplate, sterling silver, chrome, stainless steel, nickel, bronze, solid gold, aluminum, anodized aluminum, beryllium, magnesium, platinum, pewter, metals, factory hot gun bluing and firearms, painted surfaces, Formica®, cultured marble, Corian®, glass, Brightwork, Plexiglas®, plastics, fiberglass, automotive headlights, Eisenglass, and Armatel®!
- Easily Removes: Tarnish, Rus,t Water Stains, Chalking, Lime Deposits, Heat Discoloration, Lead & Powder Residue Oxidation, Bugs, Tar, Oil, Fingerprints, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings, Graffiti, Dyes, Black Streaks/Scuff Marks
Instruction Manual for Flitz Usage:
- For Tarnished Metals: Simply smear a thin layer of Flitz using a paper towel. Give it a good rub and then polish the area with a soft cloth.
- For Rust & Corrosion: Take #0000 Steel wool to apply Flitz. Rub it vigorously and, if needed, use some pressure. Once done, give it a polish using a soft cloth.
- For Marine Corrosion: Use bronze wool to apply Flitz. If the corrosion is severe, consider applying a little pressure as you rub. Finish it off with a nice polish using a soft cloth.
- For Stainless Steel, Aluminum & Mag Alloys: Apply some Flitz and clean using a paper towel. Once done, use a soft cloth to polish the area.
- For Heat Discoloration: Put on a moderate coat of Flitz and let it sit for 3 minutes. Rub it off using a paper towel and then polish with a soft cloth. Repeat this process if needed.
- For Lime Deposits: Use a stiff brush to apply Flitz. Rub until the lime deposits are completely removed and then polish the area using a soft cloth.
- For Fiberglass & Painted Surfaces: Apply Flitz with a damp cloth and then polish it with a soft, dry cloth.
- For Firearms: Give them a light coat of Flitz using a soft cloth and then polish them with a fresh, dry cloth. This should make them spotlessly clean.
Do not apply this product to electroplated or patina finishes that you wish to keep intact, such as on hammered copper sinks. Be aware that Flitz does have the potential to eliminate patina.
Flitz Polish imparts a protective wax coating. If desired, this finish can be removed for further processing. Apply a degreaser or mineral spirits to the desired area.