“Jerry…I saw the original ‘Mr. Douglas’ demo’d at the Norwalk Boat Show a few years ago and bought a can. I used it on the stainless steel on my sailboat and spread the word about what a great metal polish it was, talking to boaters in a string of marinas stretching from Connecticut to the Caribbean and back.
When that ran out I phoned the number on the can and the owner of the company picked up the phone. I ordered two cans from him and when it arrived I used it on my stainless again, but decided to try it out on some deep scratches on my gel-coat; I was amazed by the results.
Now I use it, as well as the Mirage polish, on all non-porous metal, glass and plastic from stem to stern, and more recently brought it into my wife’s kitchen to use on a stainless refrigerator and several black-bottomed pots and pans. I recently showed a buddy how well it works to eliminate the pockmarks on the wheel rims of his Harley.
The stuff is so effective — I remember your company’s owner (forgot his name) telling me there were no harsh abrasives and to be sure to use paper towels — I was so impressed and curious that I went on line to learn about polymers. I still don’t understand why, but it beats old-fashioned stuff like NevR Dull plus elbow grease by a country mile.
That’s my story. I’m in the marketing field myself, publishing The Global Marketer (http://www.theglobalmarketer.net) so I appreciate not only the product you manufacture but the product-name and packaging upgrades that you’ve made since I bought my first can.
The stuff is so good, EVERYBODY I demonstrate it to is absolutely blown away with how well it works. In short, you’ve got a terrific product and I”m going to keep on buying it.
I don’t know how large your company’s production capacity is, but with the right distribution setup like Boat US/West Marine, Boaters World, Ace and/or True Value hardware chains, you could sell MILLIONS of cans if you’re not already doing so.
So good luck and best regards. Keep up the good work. And thanks for asking.”