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Old 08-13-2008, 08:03 PM
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What do you recommend to get the Blue & Brown discoloration off of 525EFI SS Headers ????????????????
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get luster polish or go to custom wheel shop and get american racing metal polish it will take it off with some elbow grease
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bottom cleaner on off acid spray it on and come out like new instantly.
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We have this stuff called "ROLITE" polish. Its the best polish anyone at the shop has ever used in the history of the world. And thats that
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get some Hoosier polish has the acid already in it ,you'll be done in no time at all.....
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get some Hoosier polish has the acid already in it ,you'll be done in no time at all.....
Does it work on props too?
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Try Bluejobs. I use it on my chopper pipes and they turn purple/blue/gold and it takes it back to new. No exaggeration...be patient as it takes a little time and sweat.
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bottom cleaner on off acid spray it on and come out like new instantly.
Bingo ! It takes no time & no sweat at all....
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THis stuff works great on all stainless as well as copper and brass. it goes on and off easy. I have taken the blueand brown off headers as well as polished heavily oxidized brass and copper fire extinguishers and it always works great for me.


http://www.satingloss.com/metal%20polish.htm

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