Easy on, mild elbow grease, great finish. Plane never looked better! 95% of a Meguiars finish look with 20% of the effort!
I used to use Rejex on my 185 and then tried Top Gun Ultra. Top Gun lasts longer and can be applied in the sun. The longer periods between applications makes the task of keeping the airplane looking good and preserving the paint much easier. I now use it on everything I have. Terrific product.
Huge disappointment. I had minor oxidation and this product did nothing. Overcast day, mid-60’s, cool breeze and still left swirl marks across the entire body. Did absolutely nothing to remove mild oxidation – complete waste of money and time – and now I have to completely redo.
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Under the product's original name, Super Gloss Supreme, it is described for use on all aircraft finishes and aluminum. That was back in the late 1980's. The product has not changed so we believe that this description would cover fabric covered planes. It may be best, however, if you would try it first on a small area to see how it performs. Whenever there is any element of doubt or concern this is of course the best policy.
Yes, this should work fine on auto windows, but we always recommend trying a small test area first before treating any surface.
Yes, Top Gun contains Polysiloxane which is silicone. Polysiloxanes, or silicones, are a general category of polymers.