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What a little Mother's polish and a buffing wheel can do. 

 

That's right kids, you too can have reflective stainless steel with just a little heavy rubbing and some lotion. 

 

 

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shiny! you could shave with thos rockers

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2 minutes ago, iinca said:

shiny! you could shave with that 

or iron, I nearly burnt my fingers touching the fresh area. 

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I'm about to do this same job. waiting for my new buffer. What polish did you use?

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The OG Mothers mag and alum polish works the best I've found.

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9 minutes ago, iinca said:

I'm about to do this same job. waiting for my new buffer. What polish did you use?

The OG Mothers mag and alum polish and a cotton rag wheel. 

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Works good on belt-line trim and bumpers if you remove the anodized coating.

 

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2 hours ago, gregp553 said:

Very nice! I need this.

send'em my way and a case of Coors

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those are so shiny your drag coefficient will go down 2 points!

 

So you used a buffing wheel?

 

I used the Mother's Mag' with my buffer with average results.

The super fine steel wool actually worked better than my buffer!...

 

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, iinca said:

those are so shiny your drag coefficient will go down 2 points!

 

So you used a buffing wheel?

 

I used the Mother's Mag' with my buffer with average results.

The super fine steel wool actually worked better than my buffer!...

 

 

 

 

 

I did do once over with WD40 and steel wool just to get the grit off. Then gerous lube with the OG Mother's and stood there doing the ole in-out in-out and backways and that way on the bench grinder with a cotton wheel. Takes maybe 30 minutes each.  

If you want, bring'em to my place one weekend with a case of Coors 

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really? where do you live?

 

I def' need a buffing wheel do get down in those grooves..

 

 

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