Bright Work White Polish is designed to remove light oxidation, water spots and cloudiness. This polish has a creamy consistency that is easy to apply and best used in small amounts. The polish is currently offered in 8oz and 16oz containers.
To use by hand apply a small amount with a soft cotton terry cloth towel and using a circular motion, rub surface until a clear mirror surface appears. To use by machine, it is recommended to use a circular buffer with a wool pad. Apply a small amount and work surface until a clear mirror like surface appears. Steps may be repeated if required. It is recommended to use an application of the Step 3 Blue Final Finish and Deep Shine Bright Work Aviation Polish for a deeper shine.
2.5 x 3 x 3 in
Use the White Polish for most average polishing jobs. Works very quickly with a White wool Pad on a high speed buffer. Run the buffer at mid speed. Also works great with a Yellow Pad to remove lighter oxidation without a lot of scratches. This product cuts as well as Nuvite C but does not sling and make a large mess.
At Bright Work, we consider ourselves to be experts in aircraft polishing, so it makes sense that our customers often ask us questions related to the best practices for polishing an aircraft. We’ve decided to share the answers to some …