Barrett-Jackson Chrome & Metal Polish is specially formulated to shine, clean and protect your wheels, wheel covers and other wheel hardware—leaving nothing behind but an absolutely brilliant shine that lasts.
Advanced polymers provide added protection against fingerprints, spotting, rust and corrosion.
A long-lasting formula helps remove oxidation and micro-scratches.
Safe for all metal surfaces including chrome, aluminum, billet, brass, copper, steel and stainless steel.
Available in 10 oz bottle.
How do I apply Chrome and/or Metal Polish on my Wheels?
Once you have cleaned and dried your wheels, apply a small dime-size amount of polish onto an applicator pad. Spread a thin layer of polish over your wheel evenly. Continue to rub polish and let dry to a haze. Use a clean microfiber towel to buff polish. Repeat as needed.
Should I use a Chrome and/or Metal Polish?
A chrome and/or metal polish is a great way to give your wheels that shiny finish. First, wash your wheels and tires with Barrett-Jackson Wheel Cleaner and follow up with Barrett-Jackson Chrome & Metal Polish for optimum results.
Do I need to dry my car after I wash It?
Yes, it’s important to quickly dry your car after washing to eliminate any water spots from developing. Use a chamois (natural or synthetic) and blot the water off the car.
TIP – Avoid using a terry cloth; these can leave lint or build up on your car's surface.
What is the difference between a polish and a wax?
Polishes contain compounds designed to remove scratches from the surface of your paint, while waxes protect your car with a clear, hard coating. Waxes can be either synthetic or natural. The high-grade Carnauba wax, found in Barrett-Jackson wax, delivers the best combination of lasting protection and deep gloss. Polishes provide the "shine" for your paint, while waxes provide the "protection."
TIP – If you use a polish, look for one that matches the color of your car.