Though the price may seem steep for a small tube, the results are amazing. This is the good stuff!
When You’ve Tried the Rest, Simichrome Polish is Still the Best
I was first introduced to Simichrome Polish during the ’70s. Since that time, I have used the polish to shine many different kinds of metal. But like many things in life, we sometimes forget about the fantastic solutions that have solved our problems in the past. About six months ago, we redid the kitchen in our home, including the installation of granite countertops and a new stainless steel sink.
Last week, my wife made a comment about some stains on the sink that she couldn’t remove. I went to the Internet looking for a cure and tried three different suggestions with limited results. Yesterday, as if the universe itself was responding to the crisis at hand, I happened upon a long-forgotten tube of Simichrome Polish that had spent years inside the darkness of my desk drawer.
C’mon! Is Simichrome Polish Really That Good?
After finding this tube of Simichrome Polish, I decided to give it a try on our stainless steel kitchen sink. I put a small dab of the polish on a soft cloth and rubbed it over the stains. As if I were wishing it away with the assistance of a magic genie, the offending stains instantly vanished, leaving behind a shiny luster and a water-repelling protective coat to guard against future staining.
But that’s just one use for this stuff; if you own a motorcycle and you want your chrome to sparkle, for instance, Simichrome Polish will give you results without the deployment of too much elbow grease. It’s also effective in polishing brass, gold, silver, aluminum, magnesium, pewter, chrome, sterling, copper and, of course, stainless steel.