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Turbos and Tattoos FTW
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I got me some classics and want to polish them up..I currently have some Mothers Mag&Aluminum polish. Can i use this or does anyone have some recomendation on some that i can purshase form autozone or checkers.

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I polished up a few sets of ccw's. I had a set of polished ones that had a ton of those little hairline scratches, and I got those out by first using never-dull and work small sections rubbing super hard, then I used mother's billet polish. That should get them pretty damned shiny.
 

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The best polish I have used is called PDQ and it is made by ALCOA. You should be able to get it at most tractor trailer parts stores.

Steve K.
 

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Get the Mothers Billet Polish. Its amazing. Its like 3x the amount of any polish on the shelf, but IMO its worth it. I tried the others like meguiars etc, and none of them come close to that stuff.
 

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Turbos and Tattoos FTW
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I was just talking to some friends about that zoopseal. Where can i get some of that.
 

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pane2k said:
Get the Mothers Billet Polish. Its amazing. Its like 3x the amount of any polish on the shelf, but IMO its worth it. I tried the others like meguiars etc, and none of them come close to that stuff.
Mothers Billet Polish FTW, finish is like a mirror lol
 

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check zoopseal.com or something like that. trust me, it's worth it. you prep the surfaces and seal it with the ceramic sealer, it's an a-b type epoxy resin. it permeates the aluminum, and makes it so that all you have to do is rinse off brake dust with water. my wheels still look new. granted, i hardly ever drive, and wipe the lip and face off at the end of every weekend, but the stuff does work.
 
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