Brasso Gadget Care polish review
- Doesn't damage gadgets
- Cleans smudges easily
- Coating repels some smearing
- Not really anti-static
- Supplied cloth deposits lint
- Not immediately available in the US
We followed the instructions to apply a few drops of the gel on a few of our gadgets, and used the supplied microfiber cloth to wipe until they were dry. As you'll see in the video below, after some quick and easy buffing the screens became squeaky clean, and our smearing was noticeably less effective after the polishing. We were also able to use some Brasso to clean the chassis and the back of our phones without damaging the texture or paint. On the other hand, though, the cloth did deposit some black lint, so it looks like the advertised anti-static claim didn't deliver its promise in full. Still, £4.99 ($7.95) isn't too bad for a gadget-friendly polish that can at least repel some of your body grease, and here's hoping that this Brasso will soon make its way across the pond to Fast Food Nation (and beyond).