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Old 05-09-2010, 08:56 PM
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Default What does everyone use for metal polish/wax/cleaner?

Im looking for a polish, cleaner, or wax to remove water spots and finger prints without residue from stainless and aluminum. what do you use?
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For basic general clean up, try some Gel Gloss. Its a home cleaning product and made for removing water spots and polishing fiberglass showers or marble counter tops.
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depending on the metal try mothers wheel and chrome polish, works great on the car and truck
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It's Called MOJO and it will be the last cleaner polish you ever use. voodooridesales.com
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Hoosiers Chrome Polish make life easy for yourself
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Wizards has a liquid metal polish and also a cotton candy looking stuff that does a great job.
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I use a Mexican immigrant. I'm not sure what product he uses.
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I use Fleet Brite from a place called Truck Pro. It works wonders on alum wheels toolboxes and the best part about it you spray it on let it sit for a min then hose if off and has a shine that looks like a buff job. Its the same solution big truck car washes use im sure its just muratic acid dilluted with water. I dont have a alum trailer but my guess it would shine it right up. I used it on my imco satin lowers this past weekend and they cleaned up great... they really need to be smoothed out to give a great shine that satin has kinda rough finish
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