Claims - "Micro Polishes, Super Seals,
Environmental Shield. Transfers an 'acrylic'
environmental shield to metal surfaces that helps retain
gloss and resist tarnishing."
For Use On - "Smooth or previously
Claimed Features -
"Protects against corrosive air, high humidity,
water spray and road contaminants such as salt and lime."
Wizards Power Seal seems to be the least
abrasive of the Wizards metal polishes we tried, including
Wizards Metal Polish (wadding)
and Wizards Metal Renew.
A treatment of Power Seal after polishing the
Ducati GT1000's chrome wheels to a mirror shine left a sort of "plasticky"
feeling on the metal, and we're hoping that this will protect the wheels
throughout the winter months. Many GT1000 owners have complained of
premature corrosion and thin chrome plating, so Wizards Power Seal may be
If you really want to get down and dirty, each
spoke could be treated individually, but that seems like way too much work,
especially when products like
Spiffy Spokes are
After the metal has been
treated with the other Wizards metal polishes, it's
usually pretty clean; thus, Power Seal is easy to apply
and to remove.
When used as directed with Wizards Metal Polish and
Wizards Metal Renew, most metal surfaces develop a
glossy surface finish. A coating of Wizards Power
Seal does seem to add a barrier that can help further
corrosion, but the wheels will still get dirty and will
need to be cleaned occasionally.
Score: 5 out of 5 when used with Wizards Shine Master
Review Date: October 2007
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