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Type II Cleaner/Micro-Gloss® #5

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Type II Cleaner/Micro-Gloss® #5

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Micro-Gloss® #5 Liquid Abrasive is a stronger formulation than our standard, 1 micron Micro-Gloss®.  #5 is approved as a Type II polish for aircraft canopies and will remove a 9 micron scratch.  After using #5, follow this by using the standard Micro-Gloss® for a crystal clear finish.  Micro-Gloss® #5 is a waterbase formulation and is environmentally safe.  This concentrated cream does not cover damage or fill in damage - it removes it!  Most cleaners and polishes contain products that can damage surfaces over time.  Micro-Gloss® #5 does not!  You should never use products on critical surfaces that contain any of the following:

  • Petroleum distillates
  • Alcohol
  • Wax
  • Amonnia
  • Solvents

In the aerospace industry, Micro-Gloss® #5 is recognized as a Type II polish for aircraft canopies:

  • Safe for use on both bare or coated acrylic and polycarbonate aircraft canopies
  • ASTM F791 tested and approved as compliant to USAF specification 16ZK002F (Addendum 2)
  • Approved for use on interior and exterior aircraft canopies
  • NSN #5350-01-334-8997
  • Spec'd in Technical Orders:  16W2-6-2 and 16W2-5-2
  • Meets Mc Donnell Douglas/Boeing Spec D6-52021
  • Removes fine scratches up to 9 micron in depth or it will remove the scratch pattern left by MICRO-MESH™ 3600
  • Removes yellowing and milkiness from vinyl surfaces
  • Continues to improve the appearance of the transparencies when used regularly over time
  • Can be applied by hand or with a rotary buffer using our Black Lamb® TufBuf polishing pad and foam finessing pad

 Available in a wide variety of sizes, 1 bottle per unit each.


WARNING: Prop 65 Regulated - Refer to "Regulatory" and "Safety Data Sheet"  sections of the  Product Tool Box on this page, for details.


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Additional Information

Model: MG5-01
Instructions PDF
Safety Data Sheet
Conversion Chart PDF

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