Brasso Metal Polish Wadding, 75g
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Brasso has been successfully used to take minor (white) heat marks out of French polished wooden surfaces. The fine abrasive cuts through the surface and allows the solvent into the wax and lacquer layer. The surface should be properly cleaned and waxed after this treatment.
To use Brasso Metal Polish Wadding remove the wadding and apply evenly to the desired metal surface in small circular motionsTechnically speaking, as you continuously massage Brasso into the surface you’re polishing, you will be wiping some of the product off as you go. This is what’s supposed to happen.
Brasso, if used correctly, will naturally be worked into a surface, and any residue will be buffed away by a clean cloth at the end of the exercise.
You should remove Brasso from small nooks before it dries– Use a small, slim tool that’s wrapped in a cloth to tease the excess Brasso from crevices. Leaving the Brasso to dry will just make it harder to remove, and you might not end up with the sleek finish you were after if there’s Brasso residue all over the place. Brasso Metal Polish Wadding has been in use for over a century - it has truly stood the test of time - and this product will continue to maintain the lustre of metal surfaces in the future. How To Use
It has been used to polish CDs, DVDs, screens, and pools to repair scratches. It is a mild solvent and an extremely fine abrasive, so when applied to the reflective surface of the disc and rubbed radially (in straight lines between the edge and centre), it can smooth scratches and reduce their effect.   
Gently rub a piece of Brasso wadding onto the surface you want to clean to perform a small patch test – make sure the Brasso doesn’t mark or stain the surface you’re about to polish. Using Brasso to clean and polish grotty metal surfaces is super easy, and doesn’t cost you a fortune! The online data sheet for Brasso wadding in the UK lists the ingredients as C8–10 Alkane/Cycloalkane/Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Quartz, C14–18 and C16–18 unsaturated Fatty acids, Kaolinite, Aqua, Ammonium Hydroxide and Iron Hydroxide. Brasso liquid lists a slightly different mix; C8–10 Alkane/Cycloalkane/Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Quartz, Kaolin, C12–20 Saturated and Unsaturated Monobasic Fatty Acids, Aqua and Ammonium Hydroxide. Also available are ingredients in a discontinued recipe for Brasso. Wadding: C8–10 Alkane/Cycloalkane/Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Quartz, Ammonium Tallate and Colorant. Liquid: C8–10 Alkane/Cycloalkane/Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Quartz, Kaolin and Ammonium Tallate.