You know the saying, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Many people find a product that they seem to like and stick with it over and over again. Usually, this is because the found product is meeting their satisfaction and requirements. However, what if you only kept buying a product because it was the only option for you? This has been true for many metal cleaner customers. The market only had petroleum-based, abrasive cleaners. Sheen Genie metal cleaner has paved the way into a new era of metal cleaners.Continue reading “The Revolutionary Metal Cleaner That’s Leading the Auto Restoration”
Anyone who’s conducted restorations of any kind can tell you, there is no such thing as a quick fix. There’s always something that winds up taking far more than its fair share of the labor. Here we’re going to discuss some of the most commonly recurring problems with vehicle restorations big and small, and our best solutions to keep you spending more time on the road and less in the shop.Continue reading “Restorations: The Tedious and Troublesome”
How to Use Sheen Genie Metal Polish Products
The great thing about Sheen Genie metal polish products is it is also a cleaner. This means you don’t have to clean your metal surfaces before your polish application. However, if your item is exceptionally dirty or has been left outside, you may consider a quick simple wipe down first. Don’t worry about the temperature of the surface, the warmer the surface the quicker the polish will dry. Take your Sheen Genie metal polish and apply about a quarter-sized amount to a soft cloth. We have found terry cloth works best. Then apply to your metal surface. Let the product sit for about 30 seconds to 2 minutes. You want the product to dry and not feel tacky to the touch. After you have waited for it to dry, take a clean section of the same cloth and wipe off the remaining product. Then you will follow the same process with the sealer + repellent to ensure the best results.Continue reading “Looking for a New Metal Polish Product?”
What is Oxidation?
Oxidation, according to the the english dictionary, is the process in which something is oxidizing or is becoming oxidized (i.e. rusting, tarnishing, etc.). A good example of this would be a metallic substance like iron becoming an orange color called rust. This happens over time if if the object is used in the elements. Many things can become oxidized, this is a natural process for many different types of materials (mainly metals). Oxidation occurs most of the time in tandem with a process called reduction. Reduction is the process of gaining one or more electrons. In oxidation reduction, also known as a redox reaction, one atom or compound will steal an electron from another atom or compound. For example, rust happens when oxygen atoms steal electrons from iron.Continue reading “Oxidation and What to do When it is Giving You Grief”