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Chrome Polish
#28242 Mon Dec 06 2004 07:56 PM
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Looking for opinions out there.
What is everyones favorite chrome polish?
When I have a piece of trim off what ever Im working on, the buffing wheel is best. But when the piece is mounted and needs a little touch-up I have been using Mother's mag wheel cleaner. There's got to be better stuff out there for this. What have you found that works well?

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Re: Chrome Polish
#28243 Mon Dec 06 2004 08:28 PM
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"Mothers" makes a great product. I certainly keep it around... but for the fine detail work and the show finish on small parts.. I like Simichrome. I have used it for years.. and for the price, it is the best in the west.

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Re: Chrome Polish
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Re: Chrome Polish
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i always use EXTREME metal polish, it's a wadding compound. and works on stainless, or aluminum with minimal effort. i use it when i detail motorcycles for shows. its great to get into small area's or for items you arent going to remove to polish. just tear off a little piece and rub it. it does make a mess, so i usually use rubber gloves, cause the polish itself turns black and gets all over your hands. it does wash off, its just a pain. but works great for me.
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