Because your brightwork deserves to shine!
Acid-free metal polish for stainless and aluminum
Polish seat rails, rod holders, trim pieces, trailers, and more
Easy-to-use formula that is harbor-safe and eco-friendly
The marine environment, particularly near the salty oceans, wreaks havoc on your boat’s uncoated metals. Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish quickly polishes away salt stains, surface rust, oxidation and weathering from your boat's stainless steel trim rails, seat frames, rod holders, tow hooks, and more! Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish is also the ideal solution for boat trailers and Recreational Vehicles that have a lot of metal brightwork.
Many metal polishes use acids which do a good job of cleaning the metal but are harmful to marine life. Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish uses a unique blend of natural oils and micro-fine polishing agents that are harbor-safe and have no environmental impact. Like all Marine 31 products, Stainless Steel Liquid Metal Polish is easy-to-use and ecologically friendly.
Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish cleans and improves the luster of stainless steel. The environmentally safe micro-fine polishing agents remove years of oxidation and weather dulling to restore the brilliant shine your boat deserves. Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish is safe for aluminum and other soft metals as well.
Enjoy a perfectly detailed boat with glossy gel coat and sparkling trim that stands out at any dock or marina! Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish works quickly so you can spend less time detailing and more time piloting your ship through the seas.Directions:
- Shake well before use.
- Clean surface of dirt or debris that could cause scratching.
- For hand application, apply Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish with a terry cloth applicator. Use a small dime-sized amount and work into the surface thoroughly. Remove residue with a microfiber towel.
- For machine application, apply Marine 31 Stainless Steel Liquid Polish with a foam or wool polishing pad. Work a small section at a time until the surface is shiny. Remove residue with a microfiber towel.