Features March 2007 Issue

Marine Metal Polish

The battle of metal cleaners continues: Four products attack a dirty bow rail. Miracle Cloth still bests the other at getting the grime off.

In an update to our June 2006 and January 2007 metal polish test, we pit three products against PS’s favored metal polish: Miracle Cloth (the top pick for both stainless steel and bronze). The challengers—Sure Shine from Weems & Plath and Metal Polish Pros’ Mirage Polish & Sealant and Prism Polish—debuted in the bronze cleaner test published in January. This time, we put them to work on a stainless steel bow railing. Both Sure Shine and Prism Polish performed well, but the hands-down winner for shiny stainless remains Miracle Cloth.

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