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Ap400 Fine Aircraft Metal Polish

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4.5 ounces 1 pound 2 pounds

Overview

The AP Series is a 5-step system of professional aircraft metal polishing products ideal for aluminum and bare metal surfaces. These 5 easy steps range in coarseness: Extra Coarse, Coarse, Medium, Fine and Ultra Fine. To achieve the ultimate shine, apply these specially formulated aircraft metal polishing products together in sequence to discover a synergistic effect in both the depth and clarity. The beauty builds from one application to the next, producing luster and long-lasting protection that cannot be beat, validated by gloss meter results. Discover a new class of superior quality aircraft polishing perfection with the AP Series 5-step system!

Step 4 of the AP 5-Step System To The Ultimate Shine

Directions: Some settling may occur during shipping, stir before using. For best results, apply 1 teaspoon of AP400 Aircraft Metal Polish to Aluminum (Clad or Mil grade) and bare metal surfaces with a clean, dry microfiber cloth do not use water. When using an electric buffer, use a clean, soft, free of dust buffing pad. Work one 4-5 sq. ft. section at a time. Apply as needed. For maximum shine, buff off immediately while AP400 Aircraft Metal Polish is still moist do not let dry. Minimum slinging formula. Product sold by weight not volume. Follow up with AP500 Aircraft Metal Polish.

For best results, use this product as part of the AP 5-step system. The 5-step system works synergistically to provide ultimate shine and protection.

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