1.Meguiar’s Metal Finishing Polish

This is a brilliant product at $10.37 to give your car a boost in the shine department. Meguiars Metal finishing polish is made to remove any flaws in metal and give it a mirror-like finish. This metal polish contains small abrasives to remove carbon deposits and rust. From experience, a little bit is enough to give great results.

One of the most popular products on the market right now, we love that it’s safe to use on aluminum, chrome copper, nickel, stainless steel and brass. This is a good product for polishing exhaust tips, wheels and even jewellery and watches,

2.Nevr Dull magic wadding Polish

Another favourite of ours right now is the magic wadding polish from Nevr Dull. This has been around for a long time and suited for use on dirty metals. In comes in a tin of fibrous material. You can use it by removing a small wad to polish metal surfaces.

This gives a very nice shine and isn’t made with any abrasives, so it works best on undamaged metals (without scratches).  Highly recommended, as it is a great product at an affordable price of $8.95.

3. Mothers Mag & Aluminum Polish 

Coming in third is Mothers mag and aluminium polish. This works flawlessly with most metals to give an attractive lustre. More recently, we’ve tried it on polishing the new stainless steel apple watch and it does the job in giving it a nice shine. This is a great product that seems to work better on softer metals such as aluminium and steel. However, we would recommend you to be careful with applying it on gadgets coated with only a thin layer of metal. This could eat away the metal to expose what’s underneath. Overall, a great product for all sorts of polishing.

4. BlueMagic Metal Polish Cream

Last of all is a non-abrasive polish cream from BlueMagic. This is a product good for surfaces made of brass, copper, sterling silver, aluminum, stainless steel and gold. While testing this one, it did a fairly good job of removing oxidation and tarnish.

This has a cream consistency and takes a bit more elbow grease to produce a high quality shine. However, the final result is an impressive, glossy shine. It’s a very versatile product and can even be used on glass. At around $6 this is a great product to keep on the shelf.