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Discussion in 'Bling and Appearance' started by bho69, Jan 12, 2007.
where can i find some purple polish in sydney or anywhere in oz that will post ?
If you're really, really after a purple coloured polish, go to supercheap and look at the t-cut range. Pretty sure they have a purple.
If you want good, quality polishes (including one that's suitable for dark paint, and also proper decent scratch removal stuff) go to http://www.waxit.com.au/ which is based in Sydney but I'm not sure they do pickups.
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Perhap he should have used capital, but it is an actual product name.
It's meant to be quite good for polishing aluminium. Aparently many other grit polishes have a high acid content. The result is you get a good shine, but it corrodes fairly quickly and you spend the rest of your like polishing.
Purple Polish is meant to solve this problem.
Good thread, because I've been after some too.
You may be able to get it posted from Peninsula Truck Parts, 997 Moorooduc Hwy Mornington VIC 3931
ph: (03) 5978 8203
That's where I get mine from. Haven't even bothered using anything else since for polishing metal (keep it from your other half if u have one - it's great for polishing metal inside the house too)
yeh sorry i should've used capitals
Purple polish is the product name of this aluminium polish.
apparently its one of the best if not the best, been reading quiet a few reviews on it in bike/truckie/car forums and have not yet seen 1 bad comment about it.
thanks for the replys ppls
It is the best! Tip - less is more if/when used.
Wax after you polish, and you will be rewarded with a much longer lasting shine on alloy.