Bronze Wool, the mariners choice for stripping, sanding, smoothing, and polishing all types of wood and metal surfaces.
FROM STEM TO STERN – Bronze Wool has long been used by professionals and do-it-yourself boat owners to achieve superior refinishing results with hardwoods such as teak and mahogany. Unlike steel wool, which leaves behind small fibers that can rust and discolor wood in corrosive marine environments, Bronze wool resists shedding, rust, and corrosion. Bronze Wool cuts better and faster than sandpaper and other abrasives, with fewer scratches. It is an essential maintenance item for boaters seeking to maintain beautiful wood and bright work.
Whether it’s stripping old varnish, burnishing bottom paint, smoothing raised grain, buffing teak trim, polishing chrome accessories or accomplishing a variety of other “ship-shaping” tasks, do it effectively with Rhodes American®“Trademarked property, and any rights therein, is the property of the respective owner and not the property of Roger Edwards. In reselling these trademarked products through this website, Roger Edwards assert no ownership or rights in the trademark or intellectual property sold or listed on this website”. Bronze Wool.
Also excellent for: cleaning aluminum molds, golf clubs, aluminum outdoor furniture; removing rust from metal surfaces; polishing brass and stainless steel. Can be used as insulation in frequency enclosures and in many areas of filtration.
Available in premium quality 3-pad packages of fine, medium, or coarse grades. Also available in 5 lb. reels.
“Please note: Coarse and Medium grade metallic wool can cause something similar to a paper cut when the wools are used with bare hands. For this reason, we carry Kevlar gloves® which can be used with the Coarse and Medium grade metallic wools to protect your hands while using these products.”