During the term of military service in the army, Soviet and then Russian conscripts found many options for special "military" leisure, one of them is to rub their ceremonial belt buckle to Shine, with the help of "GOI" paste, which is worn when they solemnly go home, for demob.
GOI paste-designed for polishing and giving Shine to metal surfaces, such as ceremonial belt buckles, insignias and emblems.
For proper application, apply a little paste on a cotton cloth and RUB until it glistens.
1. Gives the treated surface a mirror-like Shine.
Composition: 65-74 parts of trivalent chromium oxide, 1-silica gel, 10-stearin, 10 — split fat, 2-kerosene, 2-oleic acid, 0.2-bicarbonate of soda.
Weight: 100 gram
We present to you the products of Russian companies and factories ranging from small workshops to large factories. This can be a massive defense orders, warehouse surplus since Soviet times, small exclusive supply.
However, all Russian goods unites several unique features. This legendary simplicity and reliability comparable with AK47.
The massive use of simple, sometimes rough but incredibly practical materials is a significant feature of the production of the USSR. Russian production in the best extent inherited the experience, but fully supplementing it with the most advanced Western technologies of the new century.
So meet flavor of Russian manufacturers, you will not be difficult to feel the charm of this enchanting Russian things.