Nice job, Dale.
Sounds like too much effort for me.
''I'm nearly as good as I need to be,
but not nearly as good as I'd like to be".
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I have tried them all, and Maas works te best for me. They also make a product called Metal Protector & Chrome Polish which is a thinner bodied formulation which will finish off the job started with the regular polish by making fine scratches disappear and will keep it that way for a long time.
in a metal jug - can't recall the name at the moment. It is nasty stuff. Oh yea, I used that Aircraft Stripper stuff in a spray can
from auto section of W-mart. It is nasty and effective. The stuff that is safe to breath really doesn't work. You could leave
that stuff on a modern baked on horn finish all day and it won't come clean. It seems I always get close and then break out
the 3M scratch pads to get the rest off - too impatient.
Last edited by gzent; 07-11-2013 at 02:09 PM.
Stop acting like someone shot your dog.
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