Maas Polish

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What brick and mortar stores carry Maas polish? I could order on-line but want to avoid shipping charges.
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I've seen it at Wal-Mart and Walgreens to name a couple.

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If you don't find it at Wal-Mart where you'd expect to find metal polishes, look in the supermarket section, sometimes they hide it there.
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I found some today at Wallgreens. They have in lavender scent also!
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I have never had any problem finding it a Wal-Mart...

I recommend a "Scrubbing Bubbles" cleaning to remove an excess polish in case anyone is allergic to or gets burned by any residue polish.

That's what I do, "Just in case"...

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Anybody in Canada find some? I have NEVER found it but recently found one called Peek that I was going to try. Anybody have experiance with it?
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Racso_MS wrote:I have never had any problem finding it a Wal-Mart...

I recommend a "Scrubbing Bubbles" cleaning to remove an excess polish in case anyone is allergic to or gets burned by any residue polish.

That's what I do, "Just in case"...

Enjoy your shave... :D
So you clean with Scrubbing Bubbles after using the Maas polish? I'll have to try that.
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Bull....yes. after the MAAS polish, use scrubbing bubbles to remove the last of the MAAS residue and enhance the look of your recent hard work. it is great......additionally, you can use scrubbing bubbles once in a while to remove any soap scum on the razor to renew the shine.
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razorburned wrote:Bull....yes. after the MAAS polish, use scrubbing bubbles to remove the last of the MAAS residue and enhance the look of your recent hard work. it is great......additionally, you can use scrubbing bubbles once in a while to remove any soap scum on the razor to renew the shine.
Thanks RB. I'm new to this and can use all of the tips I can get. I just ran out and got some scrubbing bubbles. I still have not had any luck finding Maas Polish. Will any brand of metal polish work or are some harsher than others?
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BG, try an Ace Hardware. All of them near me have it.

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I use Dawn dish detergent in place of scrubbing bubbles, works great.
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