Strange. The Gibson pump polish in the orange bottle is what my customers rave about. They are always asking me know I make the necks play so smooth. It's the Gibson Pump polish. I use several different types. Because I have to detail guitars for photo shoots, I've done a lot of trial and error. I use Martin polish to dissolve the goop on the fingerboards. Then I use Lemon Oil to finish them off. To revive the shine on Nitrocellulose bodies, I'll use a cream polish like GHS guitar gloss or similar type to bring the shine back, then I'll seal it with Dunlop 65 because it seems to put sort of a "plastic" seal on the newly polished finish. Then I'll "super gloss" it down with Gibson Pump polish. If it's a Poly finish, then I usually go straight to the Gibson Pump polish. If it has lots of surface scratches, I'll use the same process as with a Nitro finish. I use only polishes and formulas specifically branded for guitars. Why? Because 99.9% of the guitars I polish are not mine and range in values up to $5000.00. If a polishing product causes damage to a guitar, I have some sort of recourse. If I use XYZ car polish and it ruins the finish, I'm pretty much sunk and will have to pay for the thing out of my own pocket. Of course everyone has their own ideas on this. I've just figured this all out by detailing about a hundred or so guitars for photo shoots.