THE ORIGINAL PURPLE METAL POLISH & SEALER
Regular price £25.99
Purple metal polish is truly in a class of its own .
When you find how easy it is to polish chrome ,aluminium etc you will be totally amazed .Specially formulated for EASABILTIY DURABILITY and a SUPER HIGH QUALITY SHINE. It's a super quick and easy to use maintenance product . Purple metal contains a superior abrasive along with high tech cleaners and sealers to safety CLEAN, SHINE ,PROTECT ALL METAL SURFACES WITHOUT SCRATCHING,
This product can be applied on hot or cold metal and takes most blue of pipes etc and also great for removing light scratches on plastic lens covers etc A word of mouth product where advertising dollars are put into their products.
Proudly made in California USA
Here's what a few of our customers had to say...
Reviewed in the United States on 17 October
This stuff is amazing; but don’t be shy: use a lot of it. And use the Deoxidizer first!
I came across this during an internet search and decided to give it a try on my aluminum propeller spinners. Let me just say, this stuff is straight-up amazing. My airplane lives outside, and as you can see from the pics, the spinners get weathered, oxidized, and generally very nasty. Polishing shops charge me ~$125 each to polish the spinners, and I’m tired of paying that since the new shine only lasts about 6 months. I decided to take matters into my own hands. In the past I’ve tried Simichrome and Mothers. Both resulted in hours of polishing by hand, with awful results. With this 2-part product, I wiped on the deoxidizer, let it dry for a minute, and immediately applied the purple polish. I spent roughly 30 minutes on each spinner and they came out flawless. I used 1/3 of the bottle of deoxidizer and a little more than 1/2 of the bottle of purple polish to do the whole job. Some key suggestions: 1) the green liquid deoxidizer companion product (also available on Amazon) is absolutely required. The polish is not nearly as effective without it. 2) the purple polish is dependent on its suspended abrasives, which break down as you lightly polish; so don’t be shy with the polish. Slathering a large amount on and rubbing with very light effort, until the friction goes away, is sufficient. If there’s no friction, you’re done...it doesn’t matter how hard you rub, you’re no longer polishing at that point. Better to use lots of purple. It also helped to work in smaller (8-12” x 4” or so) sections. 3) the mess of polish that you apply will generate a ton of black, goopy nastiness. This is a good thing; it’s oxidation you’re removing. But wear your grubby clothes, and some disposable nitrile or latex gloves. 4) Make sure you have a good supply of clean, soft detailing towels on hand in addition to the application rags and first-pass oxidation/polish removal towels. A final quick buff with a clean towel is what really brings out the shine. I’m a convert. $30 and 60 minutes saved me $220 - and I can touch up the shine whenever I want.
|I've used just about every product on the market to shine the stainless steel and aluminum. Nothing, and I mean nothing, works like this stuff!
- Scotty Phillips
|I am sooo amazed at the ease of use! Like ya said, it's not elbow grease and it doesn't take hardly any rubbing! I love it!
- Blaze Johnson
|I used to use turtle wax, black magic, etc. From now on the only products I will use for my trucks is California Customs products....absolutely the best ever products made!!!
- Nick Robinson
|I've been detailing cars for over 6 years now and I've never dealt with a metal polish that worked as well as yours.
- Ross Cannon
|Why didn't I buy this product sooner? I am simply amazed is the only way to put it.
- Alan Moore
|Your M-Ron Glass is beyond belief! simply put, the best ever, anywhere!
- Donald Pintacura
|Your products save me half the time and energy of other products. They make my truck look like I just drove it off the showroom floor.
- Randy Stone
|I was TOTALLY blown away at how easily and how well your products worked.
- Craig Newlin
|My stepson and I polish semis as a side job and we will use no other polish than yours. Your polish is the easiest working polish available, and we have tried several others.
- Robert Fagin