Q: Can I use this on traditional finish cymbals?
A: It could remove the traditional look and will shine up the cymbal.
Q: Will this remove my logos?
A: We believe it is the least aggressive on logos compared to other products, since we don’t have acid in our formula but this is an amazing polish that is meant to remove things so we say if you love your logos tape them up or go around them. You can also lightly rub around logos but it can still fade them.
Q: It seams like the polish is in my microtonal groves in my cymbal, how do I get it out?
A: If this happens you may need to use a soft brush to get out the dried paste polish.
Q: My towels and even part of my cymbal is black what is going on?
A: That’s good news, you are removing the oxidation and grime on your cymbals. It there is still black residue keep rubbing, can require some elbow grease since we don’t use harsh chemicals. Can add a small amount of polish to the black residue area and keep polishing and buffing with a clean part of the towel.
Below is a list of ingredients in this product that we are required to disclose in compliance with all USA State and Federal regulations:
|C12-14 Isoparafin||Solvent/Cleaner||Solubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.|
|DMDM hydantoin||Preservative||Makes the environment less favorable to the microorganisms.|
|Mono(hydroxymethyl)-5,5-dimethylimidazolidine-2,4-dione||Preservative||Makes the environment less favorable to the microorganisms.|
|Eugenol||Fragrance||A naturally occurring component of fragrance oil.|
|C.I. Acid Violet 48||Dye||To impart a color.|