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Thread: How to get your stainless to shine

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    Let's see if you bastards can do 90. dvonk's Avatar
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    Oh ok Nice. I think I am gonna try that BKF stuff sounds good. Then probably finish it with some Ice stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadeeky View Post
    Ice????
    Yep, ice
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    after washing I use Zep stainlees cleaner. I get it at home depot. It really shines the car up and gives it a nice wet look. It's good for shows but not much after that when the dust starts showing up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowmxwheels23 View Post
    after washing I use Zep stainlees cleaner. I get it at home depot. It really shines the car up and gives it a nice wet look. It's good for shows but not much after that when the dust starts showing up.
    Dirt roads in Jamul don't help. I'll clean my car, go over it with a SS cleaner (Rocket Lustre) and when I get to where I'm going there's a fine dust all over the panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timebender View Post
    Dirt roads in Jamul don't help. I'll clean my car, go over it with a SS cleaner (Rocket Lustre) and when I get to where I'm going there's a fine dust all over the panels.
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    Yeah I have one, but they're not as good as they used to be. Mostly it just moves the dust around as it takes some off, but on a hot day when the metal is hot, it leaves behind waxy red pieces of the strands... Bleh.

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    baby oil. wipe on buff off. cheap and water beads lovely.
    I loves my grooves!

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