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    Q16 Super Fine Sprayable Metal Polish

    Renegade Q16 Super Fine Sprayable Metal Polish

    Renegade's Q16 Super Fine Sprayable Metal Polish is designed to revive polished surfaces with its convenient spray formula. With finer abrasives than its EZ Red counterpart, its perfect for on-the-go use. The fine abrasives give you a show-quality finish by removing light haze, imperfections, and water spots. It's perfect for polishing diamond plate as well, because the easy-to-spray formula won't cake up or harden, but will still cut through those surface contaminants. The cleaning agents and sealants will leave your metal surfaces bright, clean, and protected between more intensive machine polishing sessions.

    Pro Tip: Apply a protective coating such as Renegade Hydro Guard Ceramic Spray or  Graphene + Ceramic Spray Coating to protect your newly polished wheels and tanks while also prolonging their shine.

    How to use Renegade Q16 Super Fine Sprayable Metal Polish:

    To maximize results, make sure that the surface to be polished has been thoroughly cleaned with  Renegade Savage APC (All-Purpose Cleaner) or  Renegade NOtorious H20 Waterless Wash or prepare the surface by removing surface contaminants.


    Step 1

    Apply Renegade Q16 Super Fine Sprayable Metal Polish to a Premium Microfiber Round Pad or Premium Microfiber Towel, work it into the surface thoroughly, and let dry for about 30 seconds until a haze develops.

    Step 2

    Use a clean microfiber towel to remove the polish.

    Pro tip:

    We recommend using linear motions that follow the mill lines of the surface you are polishing.