Years ago, David Rubin made one of the finest metal polishes available—Rubin Brite. Unlike many polishes, it also protected the mirror finish it produced with a heavy coating of hard carnauba wax, which lasted for years.
Sadly, David ended up with health problems and could no longer produce the polish. His wife made it for a time, but later it disappeared from the market completely. This was much to the disappointment of those who loved to polish the brass plates of the clocks we were making with his wonderful polish.
For years, we clockmakers, and likely others who used his polish, have been very upset because of the lack of Rubin Brite. Thus, I decided to see if I could make an equal polish. After three months of trial and error, a final chemical analysis by a professional laboratory and the outlay of a considerable amount of money , the components of the original Rubin Brite were determined and I have been able to make an equivalent polish—RUB N BRITE.
Like Rubin Brite, my polish polishes rapidly to a mirror finish and leaves a hard, protective coating of carnauba wax. It is an excellent polish for un-lacquered brass, silver, copper, pewter, chrome, nickel, aluminum, stainless steel and jewelry. It is quite rewarding to see the mirror finish come to life during the final treatment with a soft cloth and biscuit flour or starch. This is a real solution for those who loved Rubin Brite and have longed for a replacement polish.