Full Chisel Blog

August 9, 2012

Cloudy lens cover, oxidized paint, scratched helmut visor? Moses T’s Oxyguard

Filed under: Alchemy,Finishing,For Sale or Trade,Moses T's,Nautical,Of Interest,Restoration — Stephen Shepherd @ 10:55 am

Sounds strange on a Woodworking site, but this is one of Moses T’s All Natural Products I manufacture and sell.  I originally took an old formula and modified it to treat old painted surfaces and raw metal to prevent oxidation.  It also restored oxidized paint, removes scratches from plastic laminate and after a friend used it on automobiles he was restoring, it worked better than anything on the market.

Here are some before and after pictures.  Plastic headlamp lens covers are oxidized and cloudy.  An inexpensive solution to replacement.













After one application of Moses T’s Oxyguard, put on wait 10 minutes and wipe off, allow to dry for 24 hours.  Dispose of oily rags properly.

A friend offered his car an an experimental test bed for Moses T’s Oxyguard.
































Another friend had a motorcycle helmut and it was covered with scratches, he was going to buy another.  I took this and applied Moses T’s Oxyguard, waited 10 minutes and wiped off all the excess.  Cleared it right up.

A 4 ounce bottle is enough for one automobile, boat or small recreational vehicle and can be ordered here.


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