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    Rebel Pro Red Metal Polish

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    Rebel Pro Red Metal Polish

    Rebel Pro Red Metal Polish was developed with the input of polishing professionals looking for a more aggressive cut than Rebel Red Liquid Metal Polish.

    Polished metal features tend to take a beating from the elements, road debris, and other outside factors. Without proper care, you can end up with hazy, oxidized metal that may rust or weaken over time. With Rebel Pro Red Metal Polish it's very easy to achieve that care, as it helps to neutralize oxidation and mineral buildup on your aluminum and stainless steel surfaces. It will give great results that can only be beat with a buffing wheel and polishing compound.

     

    How to use Rebel Pro Red Metal Polish:

    To maximize results, make sure that the surface to be polished has been thoroughly cleaned and dried. If there are stains or build up of any kind, use our Savage APC (All-Purpose Cleaner) to prepare the surface.

    Step 1
    Apply Rebel Pro Red Liquid Metal Polish to a Premium Microfiber Round Pad, work it into the surface thoroughly, and let dry for about 3 minutes.

    Step 2
    Use a Cotton Terry Cloth Towel to wipe off. Using a microfiber towel may create clumps of excess polish that may cause unintended marking.

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