|Aero Gloss polish is used by 80% of the worlds major airlines. It is now available to the general aviation and experimental aircraft market. Removes turbine soot and exhaust stains from paints. It is an excellent plexiglass polish and can be applied with a power buffer. It takes 1-2 pints and 3-4 hours to polish an average Cessna 182 with Aero Gloss.|
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The 18 year old paint on my 182 was losing its luster and showing water stains. The results from using Aero Gloss were amazing! Just use caution when youre using it across multiple paint colors, the maroon from a stripe started to smear into my primary white. Using a new clean cloth with more care and attention fixed it up.
AERO GLOSS POLISH GALLON
A good product - easily removes exhaust coatings and rain streaks from fuselage surface.
AERO GLOSS POLISH PINT
This stuff works great.
AERO GLOSS POLISH PINT
Quality wax, easy to apply and polish, i cant speak yet of its durability, not enough time has elapsed
I give the product 5 stars! It’s great for easily removing soot from my TBM and leaving a nice finish. However, packaging was not sufficient for the journey to my place. The metal can was compromised and some, not a lot, of the product made a nice mess in the box and I transferred the remains into a new jug.
I have used and bragged about Aero Gloss for years. This product lives up to its claim. Ive used it on aircraft, cars and my motorcycles. A friend uses it on his boat. It you want a different kind of shine. Aero Gloss is the real deal
This stuff is as good as i remember from my line service days at O85. Its like having bug release on your wings for the next hundred hours. The shine holds as long
The product was of a thin brown liquid consistency. The reviews mention a paste like consistency? I could fill it in a spray bottle. Not very impressed with the results,,,, Maybe a bad batch? I will order again and see if I get better results. Disappointed for now.
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Per the supplier: No, it does not.
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This is an acrylic based wax and not a silicone based wax so this will be able to apply to just about anything without causing any issues.
Aero Gloss has an indefinite shelf life. This is a creamy paste type material. A spray bottle would not work very well. Some will pour it in a plastic bottle with a narrow tip to squirt the material on the surface, but there is no specific way to apply it out of the container.