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Cape Cod Polish Company

Time for a Shine

The season is nearly upon us. You want your home to sparkle and your tableware to shine. But, ugh, the silver, pewter and copper serving pieces are due for a polishing. Time to exert some elbow grease and inhale those noxious, metallic fumes, right? Nope, not this year. We’ve found a way to spare you some trouble.
Cape Cod Polish Company
Time for a Shine

The season is nearly upon us. You want your home to sparkle and your tableware to shine. But, ugh, the silver, pewter and copper serving pieces are due for a polishing. Time to exert some elbow grease and inhale those noxious, metallic fumes, right? Nope, not this year. We’ve found a way to spare you some trouble.

Cape Cod Metal Polishing Cloths are the genius of William Block, who spent 25 years restoring antique metal and was less than thrilled with the polishes available to him. William invented his own formula and founded Cape Cod Polish Company, which his son Jared now runs. The cotton cloths are pre-moistened with just enough polish so you’re not left with excess goop stuck in the nooks and crannies of your pieces. Just rub one of the polishing cloths gently over an object, then wipe dry with a buffing cloth or soft paper towel. Wash gently, and your treasured heirlooms will glow. The cloths can be reused and have a pleasant vanilla smell (no more noxious fumes). Plus, an anti-tarnish finish embedded in the polishing cloths provides a mirror-like shine. Best of all, you don’t need a shelf full of polishes and cleaners. These cloths can clean, polish and protect any metal (even chrome car parts), quickly and with very little mess. You’ll wonder where they’ve been all your life.