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The only car polish tough enough to be called
“The Once A Year Car Polish®

  • Rated #1 car polish by leading consumer testing magazines for protection, durability, gloss improvement and best retail value.

  • Both Liquid and Paste are the only products to have been rated #1 by the leading U.S. consumer testing magazine.

  • No rubbing, no buffing formula.

  • Can be applied in direct sunlight.

  • Only car polish product in the market that contains no wax.

  • Available in liquid or soft paste.

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Satisfaction guaranteed or return unused portion with sales receipt to place of purchase for a full refund.


  1. Wash and dry car.
  2. Shake well and apply with a damp cloth, one section at a time.
  3. Let dry to a haze and wipe off with a clean soft cloth.
  4. For maximum protection, apply second coat within 30 days.


What’s the difference?


Plastic trim is porous and sometimes difficult to remove. The white discoloration you are seeing is the clay that is in all car polishes. Use mineral spirits for removing the white residue left behind on plastic trim. Car polishes and waxes contain a cleaner that will leave a haze on plastic trim. You may need to use a tooth brush or an applicator like a tooth brush that can get into the deep pores in the plastic. It could take more than one application, especially if the polish was applied some time ago due to the exposure to ultraviolet rays.
You probably have oxidation. You don’t usually see oxidation, but the dulling of your paint’s finish is a sign of oxidation. Oxidation is caused by the weathering of the painted surface on your car, primarily from the intensity of the sun’s rays as well as exposure to moisture. The natural oils are lost because the sun dries out the top layers of paint. If these oils aren’t replaced, the paint oxidizes. Your car’s color slowly changes due to oxidation, stripping your car of the shine that it once had when it left the showroom. The surfaces that are most affected are the flat surfaces, such as the hood, roof and trunk of the car because of exposure to direct sunlight. Oxidized paint is also described as “dead paint.”
Use a prewax cleaner or a liquid oxidation remover to remove dead paint and oxidation. If your paint is seriously weathered and has lost all of its glossy appearance, you may need to use a polishing compound to remove heavily oxidized finishes. You should then polish your car with Nu Finish® Car Polish once the oxidation has been removed in order to protect your paint’s surface and provide a long-lasting shine.


“I have used Nu Finish Car polish for forever. It applies easily, is inexpensive and it provides the best protection of anything I have ever used!”
– Lisa L. Oklahoma City, OK
“The only wax I use. Been using it 10+ years on everything from my Porsche to 10 year old Hondas. If you use this stuff on a new car from time of purchase, the cars paint will look new forever. All polymer, no wax, best stuff on the market at the best price. The expensive stuff looks fancier, but not as good, save your money.”
Jay, Quincy, MA
“This is one of those products that actually delivers more than what is advertised. I am so pleased at how incredibly well it works and ease of use, I told a number of friends and family to buy Nu Finish® Car Polish. No more waxing…just shining!
– Ewell S., Metairie, LA