When I’m shopping for the best car polish, I usually look for 3 things, namely:
1. Ease of application
Make no mistake about it. The polishes of yesteryear were tricky to apply and were terribly hard to remove. When it comes to ease of application, the liquid polish is your best bet. Polishes in paste form are still an economical way to clean the paint of your car, but I prefer to use liquid polish since they are easier to work in the paint.
Some polishes contain wax, while others contain pure polish. There are products that employ a dual-action of polishing and waxing in a single application, while others use color-specific dyes and pigments to cover up paint blemishes. I decided to create this best car polish article in order to get down and dirty with different products to determine their effects in removing scratches, blemishes, and swirl marks in the paint.
The price is usually an indication of quality, but this doesn’t mean the most expensive product is the best car polish that you can buy for your car. Later on in this review, you will find cheap products that perform better than the most expensive polish in this test.