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      05-26-2014, 07:24 PM   #1
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WHAT IS USED TO POLISh/CLEAN TITANIUM EXHAUST

what is the best cleaner for a titanium exhaust? can you use the power ball polishers on these??????? thank you in advance
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WD-40 and some rags works well. Cheap, can be a bit messy, but does the job. At the end wipe absolutely as much of the WD-40 off of the surface.
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WD-40 and some rags works well. Cheap, can be a bit messy, but does the job. At the end wipe absolutely as much of the WD-40 off of the surface.
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This is the best stuff to use. Be patient with it and it will literally get everything off.
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This is the best stuff to use. Be patient with it and it will literally get everything off.
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