Metal Polish from Iosso Products

IOSSO Metal Polish

Aug 9, 2023

Getting metalwork to gleam is an important part of any boat or RV detailing project. With Metal Polish from Iosso Products, it’s fast and easy to swap oxidation, tarnish, surface rust and water spots for a long-lasting brilliant shine.

Iosso Metal Polish is perfect for use on stainless steel, chrome, aluminum, brass, bronze and copper. It even works on porcelain, Plexiglas, hard plastic and painted surfaces. The formula removes black marks on ceramic and heat bluing on chromed exhaust tubing. See the video here:

Concentrated Metal Polish is simple to use – rub on with a soft cloth and simply buff off by hand or machine. It adds a protective coating and deep shine that lasts for months.

For compliance with California Air Resources Board (CARB) regulations, Iosso manufactures a USDA-certified bio-based version of Metal Polish. Both formulations are available in a variety of sizes.

Iosso Products formulates and manufactures a wide range of consumer and industrial cleaning chemicals. Its eco-friendly products are widely used by boaters, RVers, shooters, aviators, outdoorsmen and homeowners.

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