The Best Motorcycle and Car Polish - SPS1x

Get the Ultimate Shine
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There is nothing like a shiny Hot Rod rolling through town. I love going to car shows or seeing a string of classic or vintage cars driving through town. These people know how to take care of their fine vehicles.

Last year, I went to a car show and saw the most beautiful '59 Silver-Blue Convertible Corvette. I fell in love with the shine. It was like crystal that threatened to break if I touched it.

I asked the owner what he used on the vintage Vet, and he said, "SPS1x auto polish." I had never heard of it, but I knew I had to have some.

Why is SPS1x Better than Car Wax

SPS1x is a polish and sealant, not a wax. It last much longer than wax, a year or more, and protects the finish of most surfaces, leaving an amazing shine.

Unlike wax, it will not break down after the temperature reaches 86 degrees, and its protection continues through any climate. Paint and chrome are protected and preserved, giving you the sweetest ride in town.

If you live by the ocean where the salt water breezes cause rust and corrosion, SPS1x polish will protect your paint and chrome surfaces, especially on your vehicle that is taking the brunt of the outdoor elements.

If you live in the mountains, SPS1x protects your vehicle from the constant weather changes.

If it is sunny and hot, or freezing cold with sleet, snow, and/or rain; your paint and chrome are protected.

Don't forget, anywhere you live, those pesky bird droppings are going to assault that beautiful finish. SPS1x will protect your "baby" from such assaults.

Plus, an added benefit for the earth is that it is a "Green" product because it does not have the harsh chemicals that leak into our environment causing negative chain reactions.

Also, once you have applied SPS1x, hard to wash grime, such as tree sap or stuck on dirt, can be washed off with just water.

This product has made my life so much easier.

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After - Look at that Shine!
After - Look at that Shine! | Source

Why SPS1x is the Most Economical Choice

Because SPS1x polish on your paint and chrome surfaces lasts a 1 year or longer, you will be saving money.

One drawback that I have found is really a money saving revelation. Using too much of SPS1x is counterproductive. I can use one 4 oz bottle for my extended cab truck. One 4 ounce bottle covers the entire surface when used correctly and conservatively.

If you are into your Hog or classic motorcycle, a 4 ounce bottle will last you a couple of years - or two to three applications.

This make SPS1x a great affordable product for not only vintage cars and motorcycles, but for vehicles we drive every day. You can potentially replace 4 - 6 visits to a professional car detailing business with one application of this outstanding car polish. A professional shine for the fraction of the cost. That makes this product top notch in my book.

Mirror Finish on Black Paint
Mirror Finish on Black Paint | Source

SPS1x Polish Makes Black Cars Shine

If you own a black car, you know how difficult it is to get the perfect shine. The black paint makes it hard to get the shine you want because when waxing or polishing, it tends to show every imperfection and leaves a swirl or streak across the finished outcome of your hard work.

SPS1x complex formula makes that hard work turn into a black car owner's job much easier. It goes on smoothly and leaves a mirror perfect finish that lasts for a year or longer.

Optimum Reflections, Incorporation's CEO Steve Baird with Pro Hockey Player, Jason Arnott's motorcycle
Optimum Reflections, Incorporation's CEO Steve Baird with Pro Hockey Player, Jason Arnott's motorcycle | Source

Other Surfaces SPS1x Can Be Used On

  • Windshields and Glass - putting SPS1x polish on your windshield seals it so you don't even have to use your wipers when in a moderate rain. Also, bugs and bird droppings wash right off with water. No more using a razor blade to peal or scrape off nasty residue.
  • Tile Floors - the polish protects and seals tile just as it does paint and chrome. Keeping those floors clean and shiny just got easier.
  • Showers and Sinks - again, the seal created by the polish makes it easier to keep the surface clean. Goodbye soap scum; hello shine (and no more shoulder or back pain from having to scrub that tub).

Take a Look at the SPS1x Shine

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Can't Beat that SPS1x Shine
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What Makes SPS1x Polish the Best on the Market?

Steve Baird, CEO of Optimum Reflections, Inc., states, "Incorporating the latest fluoro-polymer technology and high quality calcined clays and fortified with PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene), this unmatched formula offers superior durability compared to other professional detail products on the market."


Baird has been operating his detailing business for nearly 2 decades and has been owner and CEO of Optimum Reflections, Inc., since 2006. He has detailed everything from personal and vintage cars and motorcycles to boats to RVs to aircraft to the Dallas Cowboy helmets - perfecting SPS1x polish along the way.

Baird's impeccable detailing reputation and SPS1x product are well-known by those in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area.

Baird has detailed motorcycles for Stroker's Dallas - a major biker hangout - for Jason Arnott the Pro Hockey Player, and various other big names across the nation.

I figure if SPS1x polish is good enough for the rich and famous and for those whose bikes are their lives, not their hobbies, it is a proven product for us common folk.


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© 2012 Susan Holland

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Comments 13 comments

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alocsin 4 years ago from Orange County, CA

Sounds like a useful polish to add to a car to extend the usability of its finish. Voting this Up and Interesting.


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teaches12345 4 years ago

A very nice finish to these vehicles in the photos. My hubby like to put a high gloss shine on his cars as a finish. This product does do a decent job.


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sholland10 4 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

ALocsin, it is a wonderful product. The shine and protection are unbelievable.

Thanks for dropping and voting! :-)


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sholland10 4 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

Hi Teaches! It truly is an excellent product. We love it and how little we have to use to get that shine and protection.

Thanks for dropping by! :-)


Randy 4 years ago

Like that article pretty cool.


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sholland10 4 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

Thanks, Randy! It's an awesome product! :-)

Thanks for dropping by!


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RealHousewife 4 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Well I'll just email this right to my husband!

I love the old cars and going to car shows! That picture reminded me of them...it's freezing here as ya know. Won't be any for a while:(


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sholland10 4 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

Thanks, Kelly! It is an awesome car polish and if used correctly, it lasts forever! Well, maybe not forever, but you know what I mean. LOL

Thanks for dropping by!


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ib radmasters 3 years ago from Southern California

SHolland

Interesting article on this car product.

Do you have any car products that will restore or at least try to restore oxidize paint on aged cars.

Thanks


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sholland10 3 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

Hi IB! Use IClean Surface with 70% rubbing alcohol or get a clay bar kit. Then use a medium grit rubbing compound. Then you are ready to apply SPS1x polish. I hope this helps.

Thanks for dropping by! :-)


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ib radmasters 3 years ago from Southern California

Sholland

Unfortunately, I have already used a rubbing compound followed by an expensive paste polish and that is why the paint is lackluster and spotty.

Any suggestions?


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sholland10 3 years ago from Southwest Missouri Author

You might try the iClean Surface then the rubbing compound. Also, when using SPS1x, using a soft cloth and just a small amount is key. I hope you can fix it.


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ib radmasters 3 years ago from Southern California

S Holland 10

Thanks, I will give it a shot.

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