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Easy to apply. Seems to work as advertised. Looks nice, Reminds me of Fast Wing which is no longer manufactured.
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Yes, it is safe to be used on fully cured polyurethane base paints.
As long as the topcoat of the fabric covered part is fully cured, it can be used.
In general, polishes are applied after the surface has been washed and is free of any dirt.