Hagerty Home Care Products
Hagerty 100 All Metal
Handles the toughest
polishing jobs and produces a brilliant finish on all metals. Quickly
removes tarnish, dirt, corrosion, grease, lime and water stains. Protects
metals with three tarnish and corrosion inhibitors for protection other
polishes cannot match. Also great for hard plastics, ceramic, porcelain,
marble and more! (4 oz.)
How to use: Apply a
small amount of Hagerty 100 to a soft dry cloth and rub vigorously. Buff
with a clean dry cloth to obtain a mirror finish. See enclosed instruction
sheet for polishing tips and suggested uses.
Hagerty Heavy Duty
Copper, Brass & Metal Polish
Formulated to maintain all copper, brass
and chromium wares. Leaves a clean, smooth surface and does not contain
any harsh abrasives. For unlacquered pieces only.
How to use: Shake well before using.
Pour a liberal amount on a clean, soft cloth. Rub briskly over area to be
cleaned. Allow to dry. Polish with clean, soft cloth.
Another Hagerty product that takes the
drudgery out of housework. You simply place some newspapers under the
chandelier, spray and watch the dirt and grime dissolve and drip off,
leaving your chandelier sparkling and radiant with light. This liquid
cleaner comes in a pump spray bottle and a refill is available. (32 fl.
oz. w/spray nozzle)
How to use: Turn fixtures off before
application. Protect the area beneath the chandelier with plastic or
newspapers. Test in an inconspicuous area to insure that there will be no
discoloration. Spray using appropriate nozzle settings until liquid
containing dirt and grime begins to drip. The chandelier will dry
spotlessly clean and bright.
A natural beeswax beauty cream recommended
for the restoration of woods exposed to the drying effects of air
conditioning and home heating systems. Contains no harmful chemicals or
silicones which can mar fine woods and finishes. Used by museums and
galleries worldwide. (16 fl.oz.)
How to use: Shake well - use
sparingly. Pour a small amount on a soft cloth and massage well into wood,
rubbing with the grain. Allow a few minutes to dry, then buff with a
clean, dry cloth for a lasting Vernax luster.