Optimum APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Shake the bottle of Exotic Metal™ Polish vigorously for 30 seconds before use and once every 5 minutes during use. This keeps the active polishing chemicals in suspension and provides maximum results with every drop.
Apply enough liquid Exotic Metal™ polish to create a "wet soup" when polishing. Let the chemical do the work! This also acts like a lubricant to make the polishing easier with less effort being required to get the same results. If the polish begins to dry up or turn into a dry paste, add more polish to bring it back to a "sloppy soup." This improves the polished results significantly!
Achieve a Micro Shine: When performing your initial polish, rub as hard as needed to polish up the surface. Then wipe all residue off and apply a second coat of Exotic Metal™ polish, using an overly thick layer of polish, almost to the point of too much. This acts as an helpful lubricant to pull the miniature scratches out of the surface. Now, ever so gently and lightly massage the same area and before the rag begins to turn black, immediately gently wipe dry with minimal pressure. This will put down a finer polish, removing any very small micro-scratches that may remain.
TIPS for MAXIMUM RESULTS
Polishing Ceramic Coat: Professionally silver coated ceramic headers or side pipes exhibit a hard, durable coating which will not be abraded or removed by the following procedure. With a fresh piece of #0000 Steel Wool (found at most hardware stores in the wood finishing section), liberally wet the wool pad with Exotic Metal™ Polish and vigorously rub the ceramic surface intensely with maximum pressure being applied to the pad. You will begin to see a brilliant chrome-like shine after a few minutes. Keep the steel wool wet with liquid polish at all times! Reapply as many times as necessary to bring out the maximum brilliance possible. The above procedure can also accelerate the results and reduce the effort needed when initially polishing oxidized aluminum or corroded metals.