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    Heavy Cut Metal Polish

    Product Attributes:
    • For use on neglected wheels
    • Works on all unfinished metals
    • Works to diminish oxidation and pitting on all uncoated metals
    • Heavy abrasives - Our most aggressive cutting action to remove deep scratches
    • Can be used by hand or with the DynaCone
    • Use Finish Cut (see below) for more brilliant shine

    Size:
    4.2 oz.
    Part Number: G15105
    MSRP: $6.99


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    Medium Cut Metal Polish

    Product Attributes:
    • For use with wheels that need to be polished
    • Works on all unfinished metals
    • Works to diminish oxidation and pitting on all uncoated metals
    • Mild abrasives - Abrasives in formula provide strong enough cutting action to remove scratches
    • Can be used by hand or with the DynaCone
    • Leaves a bright shine
    • Can be followed with Finish Cut (see below) if desired

    Size:
    4.2 oz.
    Part Number: G15205
    MSRP: $6.99


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    Finish Cut Metal Polish

    Product Attributes:
    • For use with wheels that are in near new condition
    • Works on all unfinished metals
    • Will remove light oxidation
    • Very light abrasives - A light finishing product to really enhance the end result - a flawless finish
    • Can be used by hand or with the DynaCone
    • Leaves a flawless finish
    • Could use also use this product as a second step to the Medium Cut or Heavy Cut Polish

    Size:
    5 oz.
    Part Number: G15605
    MSRP: $12.99
    Michael Stoops
    Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

    Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

  • #2
    Re: Metal Polishes

    Finally!

    I really needed these products this past weekend!
    Andy W.
    Bimmers - '72 Tii, '74 Tii, '88 M3, '91 318is, & '01 330i
    Ford - '91 Ranger

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    • #3
      Re: Metal Polishes

      These look promising and could provide competition to the more expensive Wolfgang Metal Polishes!

      I don't polish metal often but when I do.....I want these!
      Tedrow's Detailing
      845-642-1698
      Treat Yourself to that New Car Feeling

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      • #4
        Re: Metal Polishes

        We're very confident that you're going to be really happy with these three metal polishes. Whether you're working by hand or with a power tool, whether you need to cut through really tough crud or you're looking for a mirror shine on billet aluminum, these three have you covered. The Finish Cut will leave a crazy mirror like finish when used correctly on billet aluminum.
        Michael Stoops
        Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

        Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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        • #5
          Re: Metal Polishes

          It's like christmas these look great. I can't wait to see some reviews on that these polishes can do
          Rupes 21 / Flex 3401 / G110v2 / GG3"
          Thoryamaha919 AKA Evan
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          • #6
            Re: Metal Polishes

            Hmm.. may have to try some of the Finishing to follow up my Hot Rims M&A next spring.
            2017 Subaru WRX Premium - WR Blue

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            • #7
              Re: Metal Polishes

              ^ hmmm my chrome lips on my G will want this
              "STRIFE" aka Phil
              2005 Infiniti G35 Coupe (IP/ aka White) the Toy
              2011 Subaru Impreza (SWP/ aka White) the DD
              2017 Subaru Forester (CWP/ aka White) Wifey's

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              • #8
                Re: Metal Polishes

                Originally posted by STRIFE View Post
                ^ hmmm my chrome lips on my G will want this
                Quite possibly, yes. Just stay away from the Heavy Cut on chrome as we don't recommend it for that surface. Heavy Cut is great at removing really nasty oxidation and scratches from bare aluminum, but there's too high a chance that it will haze or create very fine scratches in chrome. As you know, chrome is much harder than aluminum, and any haze or scratches you might create with a heavy cutting product will be very difficult to remove. Stick with the Finish Cut on chrome.
                Michael Stoops
                Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

                Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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                • #9
                  Re: Metal Polishes

                  How do any of these polishes compare to the 'old' M-2805 (All Metal Polish)?

                  Thanx...

                  Bill

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                  • #10
                    Re: Metal Polishes

                    Originally posted by Michael Stoops View Post
                    Stick with the Finish Cut on chrome.
                    I'm down with this.
                    BMW ZSCCA Area Rep SoCal

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                    • #11
                      Re: Metal Polishes

                      Originally posted by BillE View Post
                      How do any of these polishes compare to the 'old' M-2805 (All Metal Polish)?

                      Thanx...

                      Bill
                      These use a whole new abrasives set that is pretty high tech. The Heavy Cut is just that - a serious cutting polish for really oxidized metals and the Finish Polish takes the final finish to an extreme level, with the Medium Cut being somewhere in between But really, it's this new abrasives set that really sets them apart.
                      Michael Stoops
                      Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

                      Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Metal Polishes

                        Originally posted by Michael Stoops View Post
                        These use a whole new abrasives set that is pretty high tech. The Heavy Cut is just that - a serious cutting polish for really oxidized metals and the Finish Polish takes the final finish to an extreme level, with the Medium Cut being somewhere in between But really, it's this new abrasives set that really sets them apart.
                        Now I'm REALLY excited!

                        Thank you...

                        Bill

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                        • #13
                          Re: Metal Polishes

                          Do these leave the aluminum protected like the Mag & Aluminum or do I need another product to protect them when finished?

                          Richard's Car Restoration
                          How to polish and restore stainless and aluminum trim

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                          • #14
                            Re: Metal Polishes

                            I just saw a write up on auto geek that says the medium cut would be fine to use on chrome. Is that true or would you want to shy away from the medium cut and just use the fine cut?

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                            • #15
                              Re: Metal Polishes

                              Originally posted by Richard1 View Post
                              Do these leave the aluminum protected like the Mag & Aluminum or do I need another product to protect them when finished?
                              There is no protection associated with any of these polishes.
                              Originally posted by h_bomm View Post
                              I just saw a write up on auto geek that says the medium cut would be fine to use on chrome. Is that true or would you want to shy away from the medium cut and just use the fine cut?
                              Medium Cut is perfectly safe on chrome, but keep away from the Heavy Cut when working on chrome as it's aggressive enough to potentially haze the chrome, and removal of that haze can be extremely difficult if not impossible.
                              Michael Stoops
                              Senior Global Product & Training Specialist | Meguiar's Inc.

                              Remember, this hobby is supposed to be your therapy, not the reason you need therapy.

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