Discussion in 'The Brush' started by rmcintyre84, Apr 5, 2018.
What polish can be used safely on a vintage brush?
What are you trying to remove? Glue?
I've used Flitz with good results:
I agree with @Linuxguile, Flitz works very well on plastic, I also use it. There are others that work well also, and one of my favorites is Novus. It comes in different "grits" so you can eventually get to a glass smooth finish while removing scratches. I used it exclusively while working in glass shops to make plexiglass have a really smooth and shiny finish on some custom jobs.
Nothing. Just trying to shine them up.
I have this somewhere. We moved recently, so I'll have to look.
I use this with excellent results.
Simichrome or a similar metal polish. I've used such with no problems at all.
Available at Walmart for about $3.
Never seen that, will have to try it.
You're getting great advice.
Yes I am. Thanks everyone.
Ah, Turtle Wax! That’s the stuff my husband says he uses on his head.
Mothers mag polish works well on razors, not sure about brush handles.
That's what I use Andrew. Works great.
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