The polish that launched an entire company over 40 years ago. American know-how, German engineering and ingredients sourced from around the world bring you the Swiss Army Knife of polishes. A concentrated cream, Flitz Paste Polish is unsurpassed in its ability to clean, polish, de-oxidize and protect. Provides a durable finish with tough protection. It's non-abrasive and non-flammable.
- Aluminum, Brass, Copper**
- Silverplate, Sterling Silver, Chrome,
- Stainless Steel, Polished Nickel, Brushed Nickel, Bronze,
- Solid Gold, Anodized Aluminum, Beryllium,
- Magnesium, Platinum, Pewter
- Factory Hot Gun Bluing*, Painted Surfaces, Formica,
- Cultured Marble, Fire Clay Sinks, Corian,
- Glass, Plexiglass, Plastics, Fiberglass & Eisenglass.
- Tarnish, Rust, Water Stains, Chalking, Lime Deposits
- Heat Discoloration, Lead & Powder Residue, Oxidation
- Bugs, Tar, Oil, Fingerprints, Tree Sap, Bird Droppings
- Graffiti, Dyes, Black Streaks, Scuff Marks.
- Protects up to 6 months in fresh water; up to 3 months in salt water!
* PLEASE NOTE: If your firearm has a Parkerized finish or you are not sure if your firearm was factory hot blued, please do NOT use Flitz Paste Polish on it. Most newer firearms are finished with an oxide bluing or cold bluing. Flitz Polish will treat this just like tarnish and REMOVE it. If you're not sure, simply clean the your firearm with Flitz Tactical Matte Finish Cleaner and finish with the Flitz Gun & Knife Wax or Flitz Ceramic Sealant.
**Not for use on electroplated finishes or patina finishes you wish to retain. (Hammered copper sinks, etc.) Flitz will remove patina.
*** Flitz Polish leaves behind a protective wax finish. If you wish to remove this finish in order to further process it, apply a degreaser or mineral spirits to the area.
Use sparingly. You don't need a lot. That's why it's such a great value!
Do not let dry. While Flitz is still moist, rub it in with a cloth or paper towel, then buff with Flitz Microfiber, Flitz Original Buff Ball or a dry towel.
How Do I Use It?
- Tarnished Metals: Apply a thin film of Flitz with paper towel. Rub briskly, polish with soft cloth.
- Rust & Corrosion: Apply Flitz with #0000 Steel wool. If necessary, apply pressure when rubbing. Polish with soft cloth.
- Marine Corrosion: Apply Flitz using Bronze wool applying pressure while rubbing if necessary. Polish with a soft cloth.
- Stainless Steel. Aluminum & Mag Alloys: Apply Flitz and clean with paper towel. Polish with soft cloth.
- Heat Discoloration: Apply moderate coat of Flitz. Allow to penetrate 3 minutes. Rub with paper towel. Polish with soft cloth. Repeat if necessary.
- Lime Deposits: Apply Flitz with stiff brush. Rub until lime is removed. Polish with soft cloth.
- Fiberglass & Painted Surfaces: Apply Flitz with damp cloth. Polish with soft, dry cloth.
- Firearms: Apply light coat of Flitz with a soft cloth and polish with a clean dry cloth.
Please note: Recommended for factory applied Hot Blued gun finishes only. Other bluing is not as robust. For those we recommend our Tactical Matte Finish Cleaner.
What is the shelf-life of Flitz Polish?
Flitz Polish has an indefinite shelf life as long as it's kept in a cool dry area. When placing cans in storage, store them upside down. This reduces the amount of mixing that may be needed prior to use. If the polish is runny, simply mix like you would a can of paint.
Whether liquefied or creamy, the results from the product will not impact its performance.