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Old 04-12-2002, 08:00 PM
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What should I use to polish and the get the small scratches out of my CMI's. Thanks
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Old 04-12-2002, 08:30 PM
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Jewelers rouge on a clean rag works great for small areas. Otto
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plain old chrome polish for the really bad scratches, Simichrome for polishing it back up without scratching.
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Mother's Mag Wheel Polish works excellent.
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Old 04-13-2002, 12:28 PM
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Hello Neighbor:
To answer your question,
Theres a product called
AUTOSOL its made in Germany, Comes in a tube
but its hard to find any
more in Calif.
www.autosol.com
I owned a Header company in Ventura and we made Stainless headers, We included
a tube of the polish with
each set.
OH im near H.B.
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im happy, we have one thing in germany thats better than a US part i mark this day in my calendar !!
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I use Flitz. Flitz is hard to find, very expensive, and usually found in a tube. Very good stuff, I use it on my Gil Offshore exhaust pipes.
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Good one Michael: You know
who found the polish, My
wife Sam,Your countrymen.
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I got some woody wax from the boat show works very good.
http://www.woody-wax.com/index.shtml
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