Starbrite Liquid Rubbing Compound for Heavy Oxidation 16fl oz

Starbrite Liquid Rubbing Compound for Heavy Oxidation 16fl oz

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Starbrite Liquid rubbing compound for heavy applications. Remove stains, heavy oxidation and scratches easily. Can be used on fibreglass, metal and painted surfaces. So easy to use it can be applied by hand or a buffer.
  • Convenient liquid formula
  • Good for hand or buffer application
  • Does not set up like most rubbing compounds so removal is quick and easy
  • We recommend using Premium Marine Polish with PTEF as the perfect follow up to maintain the restored finish
  • Removes stains, medium oxidation and scratches
  • For fibreglass, metal and painted surfaces
Wash surface with Starbrite Boat Wash to remove dirt and grime. Apply a small amount of Starbrite Liquid Rubbing Compound to surface with a clean, dry cloth, rub in a circular, overlapping motion with firm pressure while compound is wet. Rotate application cloth frequently to prevent reapplication of removed oxidation. Let dry until a haze appears and then buff with another clean, dry cloth. Do a small area at a time to ensure uniform cleaning. Several applications may be necessary to totally restore finish. If using an electric buffer, be careful not to apply too much pressure which can burn surface. After original colour and luster have been restored, it is recommended that the surface be sealed and shined with a Starbrite polish.

All rubbing compounds are abrasive and can scratch gelcoat, metal and painted surfaces. We suggest you first try Starbrite fibreglass colour Restorer & Sealer before using a rubbing compound. These products are much less abrasive and can usually restore moderately oxidized surfaces to a like new condition.

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