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Plastic Polish

  • Despite the boring-sounding name, Paste Polishing No. 5, is known to connoisseurs as the ideal material for cleaning bakelite and other plastics (even plastic baths!). Unlike Brasso and other liquid polishes, it leaves no active residue, and as it also contains a waxy agent, it also gives a gloss finish. Paste Polishing No. 5 is the stuff the Post Office used to polish up their old bakelite phones and is marvellous stuff - ask any user! Unfortunately the demand for it is reduced nowadays (BT doesn't need it now!), so it is only manufactured at intervals. You can buy it in small quantities under the name Baykobrite from The Radiophile, Larkhill, Newport Road, Woodseaves, Stafford, ST20 0NP, (01785 284696), at 3.00 a tube plus postage. Larger quantities and trade supplies from Greygate Chemical Company, Brunel Way, Coalville, Leicester. LE67 3HF, tel 01530 839222, fax 01530 837084. They also make special liquid polish for Perspex-type plastics.
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