Gun Polish is a fast-drying surface finish, rich in carnauba wax and beeswax. Very soft and easy to apply, it hardens quickly and when buffed, imparts a beautiful, hard, high sheen.
|A surface finish for both stock and barrel.
Ensure the surface is clean and dry before application. Timber needs to be previously waxed or oiled before application. Not suitable for raw timber.
How to Apply
20 minutes provided excess is wiped away.
Depending on wear, apply if the waxed area becomes dull or faded.
Warm, soapy water for hands or cloth. Excess wax on timber; dampen a cloth with d-Limonene or mineral turpentine.
It is a good product to protect timber and gun metal lightly apply and then buff.
Gives a good shine to timber, and makes slippery stocks grippable.
After shooting in very wet weather the stock was looking average .
A coat of neatsfoot oil then a couple of coats of polish I think it’s better than when purchased
great stuff, have always used it on my guns, quality wax for sure
I think Gilly's gun polish is great. That is why I purchased two tins, one for me and one for a friend. My original tin of gun polish was labelled "Gilly Stephenson's" and had a drawing of a blunderbuss on the tin.