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How to Clean Soft Metals using Ultra Fine

Quick-Glo was originally invented in 1957as a rust/remover and polish for use on (Chromium) Chrome for short. In the Fifties most Chrome was triple plated or Show Chrome and when properly cleaned would leave a luster look, as if the chrome was wet looking. Rust was not as big of a problem as today. But even then after removing the Rust it would come back and require repeated treatments.

Quick-Glo inventor Ray was ahead of his time by being the first to add wax to his product as a protectant.

The Original formula was the standard for fifty years.  I noticed that when applied on softer metals such as silver, copper and aluminum, that it removed the oxidation so fast the polishing phase was cut short before the pumice had time to do it’s job. This became apparent when an elderly lady (Mrs. Ella) purchased the original formula from me at a County Fair to clean a silver platter. Two days l later I received a call.  She was concerned that the original formula had scratched her silverware. When asked how long she had rubbed the platter, she said “just a few seconds”. I tried to explain that the polishing phase would take at least twenty seconds. She then said “I bought Quick-Glo to remove the black, so as soon as it was gone I quit rubbing”.. How could I argue with that logic?   So, thanks to dear sweet Mrs. Ella, I invented the Ultra Fine formulation.  Because Ultra Fine starts off at the point of Original at it’s polishing phase, there is less need to polish out the initial rubbing with Original.

If this is your first time to use Quick-Glo or your not sure of the quality of the silver, copper or aluminum, you should first apply Quick-Glo in a small out-of-thewway spot to see how it works. Start with a small amount the size of a dime and rub gently in a circular motion for 20 seconds. The tarnish will quickly disappear. If you’re happy with the results, wipe off the excess wax with a clean cloth and your done. If there is still some tarnish present continue rubbing for another 20 seconds until your rag turns black and you’re done. If not, rarely it may take a second application. Because you are applying wax during the cleaning process always wipe with a clean soft cloth when you finish rubbing to remove all excess wax.

 With the aid of a buffing wheel, Ultra Fine will create a shiny luster on aluminum that is the mother of all shines, and leave a protective barrier that not only prevents future harm, but actually retards finger prints as well. No other company out there is capable of this level of performance at this price!!!

 If at anytime you’re not sure, or have Questions, contact me by E-mail or cell for a quicker response.

 

 

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