The Polytrol colour restorer case studies are coming in thick and fast now – word is getting out about how easy it is to use and the great results you can achieve. Today we’re sharing a moped makeover with some impressive results.
To achieve this finish the customer first cleaned the surfaces with soap and water and allowed them to dry. You can also use our cleaner and brightener Net-Trol for a deep clean.
They then applied Polytrol generously with a cloth (you can also use a brush) and left it to work for 20 minutes. After this time they wiped off the excess with a lint-free cloth and left it to dry. You can see the impressive results below.
What is Polytrol?
Polytrol is a colour restorer is a deep penetrating oil which restores the original colour and appearance of dull or tarnished plastics, gelcoats, metals and other surfaces. I
t penetrates the surface, re-wetting the pigments to restore their lustre and colour which has been lost through exposure to sunlight, rain and pollution and it also gives corrosion protection.
Simple to apply using a cloth or soft brush, it’s ready to wipe off in just 10 minutes! It can be used on both horizontal and vertical surfaces and can even be used on fibreglass (GRP).
Polytrol dries to a tough and long-lasting flexible finish which does not leave a film – so it won’t peel or flake.
Polytrol is now available in a handy 250ml spray can, great for quick application and difficult to reach areas.
When used on tarnished metals, Polytrol brings back the shine and gives long-term protection against corrosion. All said, it’s a pretty smart bit of kit that can make a real difference to a whole range of dulled surfaces with pretty minimal effort – a win in our books!
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