No, not Polish citizens for V12 engines. I mean, guitar polish for V12 finishes. For years I've used the very high quality polishes put out by Meguiar's meant for car finishes, but they work great polishing out stuff on PRS' older finishes. I have not had to polish out anything on my V12 finishes so far that I can recall. I am out of Meguiar's and might want to try Virtuoso polish, to have something on hand just in case. Here's the thing: Virtuoso claims that it works not by using abrasives, but via the magic of chemistry. That kinda worries me. If that's the case, then either it somehow must melt the finish like a solvent, or chemically bond with the finish of the instrument. Well, OK, this may work, but I'm reluctant to be the guinea pig for how it works with V12. Does anyone use this stuff with their V12 finish? What have the results been?