All Metal Polish polishes brass, silver, gold, copper, aluminium, bronze, chrome and stainless steel leaving a protective coating ensuring a longer lasting finish. Removes tarnish, oxidation, corrosion and surface rust, restoring weathered metals to their former glory.
Ideal for use on your antiques, sinks, taps, pots and pans, stainless steel cooktops, hotplate rims, door handles, balustrades, golf clubs, silver, brass, stainless steel, bronze, copper, aluminuim, chrome, gold, jewellery, auto and boat parts.
All Metal Polish™ is Australian made and owned, is environmentally responsible, cruelty free, septic and grey water safe.
Handy Hint: Always polish brushed stainless steel in the direction of the grain otherwise it will become cloudy in appearance.
- Make sure the metal surface is dry.
- Rub All Metal Polish into the metal surface with a clean, dry cloth. All Metal Polish may turn a dark colour on the polishing cloth as it removes the oxide/tarnish.
- Once all the tarnish has been removed, buff to a brilliant shine with a clean cloth.
Note: Not suitable for use on anodized aluminum, plated metals, and pewter. For all soft metals (fine silver, gold and chrome) use a soft cloth and polish lightly. If the metal surface is lacquered, remove the lacquer with paint stripper before polishing.
Can All Metal Polish™ be used on Fine Silver?
Yes, it can but do not rub too hard. All Metal Polish will overtime remove a very tiny amount of the surface of the silver.
There is a lot of black stuff coming off onto my rag.
That is the oxide coming off the metal. There is nothing to worry about; you actually want that to happen, as it means it is working.
Why can it not be used on Anodised Aluminium?
Anodised Aluminium has a coating applied to the metal, which cannot be polished.
Why do you say to rub lightly on gold and fine silver?
All Metal Polish contains a cutting compound, gold, and fine silver are very soft metals and therefore will remove a very fine layer of the metal surface if rubbed to heavily.
What do I use to clean water spots off my coffee machine?
Use All Metal Polish to clean and polish and Stainless Steel Cleaner & Protector to keep protected.
Magic All Metal Polish is hard what can I use to loosen it up again?
If the product is too old then you will need purchase a new bottle or you can add a couple of drops of mentholated spirits.
Is All Metal Polish safe to use on teapots?
Yes, you can use All Metal Polish on teapots. We suggest you rinse it out as best as you can, the first cuppa may have a pine oil flavoured taste. However, it is non-toxic.
Is All Metal Polish best or cleaning up oxidised powder-coated aluminum windows / door frames?
It should clean off the oxidising; just do a small patch test first. But it should be fine as powder coating is very strong.
Can I use a toothbrush for the areas hard to clean with a cloth?
Yes you can, we would recommend a soft bristle brush as it would be easier to get into the crevasses.
Can I use this to polish nickel?
This has not been tested on nickel – however, we do not discourage the use but highly recommend to test it on an inconspicuous area before use.