ProTool Nevr Dull Qt
- Safe on Delicate Surfaces
- Remove Rust, Tar, Oxidation from Metal Surfaces
- Superior to Liquids or Cremes
- Will not Scratch or Corrode the surface
A cleaner and polisher of glass, brass, aluminum, nickel, pewter, silver, copper, steel, chromium, zinc, and gold. Removes tarnish and dirt. 32 oz Buy 12 or more and SAVE.
Removes tarnish and dirt, cleans, and polishes: glass, brass, aluminum, nickel, pewter, silver, copper, steel, chromium, zinc, and gold.
NEVR-DULL is an extraordinary cleaning wonder that shines all metals with sparkling ease. Each can contains a generous supply of specially treated cotton wadding cloth. Simply remove a piece of wadding from the can and rub it thoroughly over the surface to be polished.
NEVR-DULL works instantly, removing tarnish and dirt. Wipe with a clean, dry rag and metals are restored to their original luster.
- Unique, treated cotton wadding cloth
- No spills, no mixing, no liquids or powders
- Completely safe for all metals
- Leaves no residue on surfaces or in crevices
- Will not scratch or corrode
- Fast, effective and easy to use
- So effective and so economical, NEVR-DULL is the only metal polish you'll ever have to buy.
NEVR-DULL Cleans and Polishes:
Aluminum, Copper, Pewter, Brass, Gold, Silver, Chromium, Nickel, Zinc
NEVR-DULL is the perfect choice for any polishing need.
- Automotive and Motorcycle Trim
- Marine Accessories and Hardware
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