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Looks similar to Rub'n'Buff; which has been around for a while. It had it's uses, but I'd say it was nowhere near Alclad for a decent metallic finish. Just a general hassle to apply to large surfaces, and not massively durable as a finish.

regards,

J.

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At the risk of talking to myself, maybe not so revolutionary after all:

www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Dkitchen&field-keywords=Rub'N%20Buff

Hmm, a metalliser in a carnauba wax base, plus ca change.

Anyone here used this stuff, apparently our Transatlantic cousins have been using it for "decades"

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I've never used it but it looks interesting. Might be better for smaller areas rather than an allover NMF though.

Duncan B

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