Competition: The best in the world – win a Mothers Polish hamper


Mothers polish competition

Every now and then you come across a product that is head and shoulders above everything else and has obviously conceived by people with a passion for quality and excellence.

In the realms of automotive products, the Americans stand head and shoulders above the rest of the world. There is virtually no car ever made in America that hasn’t got a specialist manufacturing both original and upgraded parts for it.

And then you have the custom scene in America which is just HUGE! Not only do these people make the most incredible custom cars and bikes, but they like to show them off at every opportunity and, therefore, they have to look their best.

Back in the 1970’s, mag and alloy wheels were becoming all the rage on both production cars and as after-market fitments and Mothers Mag and Aluminium polish was invented to keep them looking bright and shiny. From that humble beginning has grown a massive operation with over 70 products. Where once they had a 6ft. X 6ft. stand at auto shows, now they have one of the largest stands at shows such as SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association), itself one of the biggest shows of its kind in the world.

Mothers polish competition polished wheel

The brand has been built on quality and performance, as well as listening to the consumer and giving them what they want. As a result the products might not be the cheapest, but they are the best; after all, if they’re good enough for the Porsche, Lamborghini and Bentley importers in South Africa, then surely they’re good enough for your pride and joy?

Over the next few months, we’ll be putting Mothers claims to the test on the Bike Show but, if you’d like to win yourself a hamper of product goodies to try them for yourself, then enter our ridiculously easy competition; you could very soon have the cleanest, shiniest bike of any of your mates.

For more info on the full range of Mothers products, go to where you will also find a list of stockists in South Africa.

But to win a hamper of the stuff, answer this simple question;

Which member of the family is the world’s best polish named after?

Email the answer to