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12-21-2010 01:19 AM  9 years ago
1WOLFS1

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As already stated, this is the Sh#t,,NEVER DULL Its All i use.try you will love, works in the navy.

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12-21-2010 05:30 AM  9 years ago
JasonJ

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I use Mothers metal polish (because that is what I had on hand)on my MP5, works awesome. Any metal polish will work fine.
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12-22-2010 03:20 PM  9 years ago
phillips942

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There is something available that is non-toxic. Go to your local jewelry store and ask for their silver polishing cloth. You can use it multiple times and it leaves a mirror finish.

After i cleaned my silver necklace one day i was thinking..hmm this might work with my Hatori muffler so i went at it and in NO TIME i saw my reflection.

Its a two sided rag one side grey and the other white... One side polish and the other is like a buffer.. i still have it and use it whenever i need a quick shine!!!

Try Piercing Pagoda or Jewelry Kiosk at your local mall..
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12-22-2010 03:42 PM  9 years ago
broggyr

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I had one of those silver polishing cloths and it worked wonders on my silver chains & rings. Good idea on the pipe!- Brian
irony [ay-ruh-nee', ay-er-nee'] adj.: Like goldy or bronzy, but made of iron
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12-22-2010 04:12 PM  9 years ago
trekrider586

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Wizard's metal polish in the band-aid box works great,I also follow it with Wizard's power seal,makes it easy to clean later and makes it slick as glass.it's better to ask for forgiveness than for permission
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12-22-2010 11:33 PM  9 years ago
cudaboy_71

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i use never dull...works great for polishing a dirty pipe.

BUT! what do you do to get the spots off. i suspect i've run some fuel with a small percentage of castor in it. Now the stuff's tattooed on the pipe. know of anything caustic enough to eat the castor without damaging the aluminum?
if it ain't broke, break it.
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12-22-2010 11:40 PM  9 years ago
Heli 770

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Crock pot with antifreeze.
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12-22-2010 11:47 PM  9 years ago
cudaboy_71

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i don't have a crockpot that big enough to fit a hatori 700, nor do i want to buy one just to boil some antifreeze.

the spots arent that bad...i was hoping for something i could spray on and work with a little elbow grease. i've heard ezoff takes off anodized plating...might be worth a shot. was just seeing if there were any other simple ideas.
if it ain't broke, break it.
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12-22-2010 11:58 PM  9 years ago
Heli 770

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Give Bar-B-Que cleaner a shot or even brake cleaner. I wouldn't take the anodising off.
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12-23-2010 12:12 AM  9 years ago
cudaboy_71

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tried brake cleaner. it worked to a degree...but, i'd have to use a couple of cans to get it done.

my pipe is bare aluminum...no anodize...so nothing to worry about there. only reason i mentioned removing plating was just to suggest it was pretty powerful stuff.
if it ain't broke, break it.
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12-23-2010 12:19 AM  9 years ago
Heli 770

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If you are going to use EZ-Off on, try soaking it in Bleach.
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12-23-2010 01:52 PM  9 years ago
geink

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polished pipe
I keep my pipe polished and I climb like a scalded cat.
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12-23-2010 06:30 PM  9 years ago
darkfa8

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Wenol here...- Dan Goldstein
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