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Old 06-04-2005, 12:23 PM
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In my never-ending quest to become more effeciency minded (lazy) I am curious to know what you use to keep your stainless tips looking bright and shiney? I have done everything I can think of but none of my methods have gotten me to my goal.
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Old 06-04-2005, 07:17 PM
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Yesterday I put the zoop Seal on Parts of my Boat. I have polished lowers on my B-max Drives. Every time I go out I have to spend almost another hour getting them shined up when I come back in, Gets damn tiring so I thought that I would try Zoop on them and the pipes. They claim that on a show car it will protect up to three years so if I can get even a month out of it in fresh water I will be very happy..
Most likely I will be taking it out tomorrow so if it works I will let you know.".Nothing ventured, nothing gained!!" wish me luck..
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Thanks. I'll cross my fingers it works.
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I just had Gibson mufflers put on my boat and the first time I went out, they were really dirty and hazy looking from the salt water. I went home and cleaned them, nothing worked, then I took very fine S.S. pad and rubbed it lightly with water and they came clean like new. I put some wax on them and they have been perfect ever since!
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Try Lime Away, it cleans my tips and drive right up like new. No abrasives either.
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I zoop sealed the alcoa's on my dually and it worked great for 6 months until we got to winter and the salt and calcium ate right through it.....if you stay in freshwater it will probably work great. It is also a very labor intensive application process.....
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Lime Away is effortless, spray it on, let it soak, wash it off. It takes hard water right off.
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Lime Away is effortless, spray it on, let it soak, wash it off. It takes hard water right off.
Works good taking off light corrosion also.
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Works good taking off light corrosion also.

as if you ever clean your boat.........
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as if you ever clean your boat.........
Your right, my boats a dirty pile of SH**
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