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      05-24-2020, 07:40 PM   #1
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      05-24-2020, 07:50 PM   #2
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try some nevrdull bro. i think you can do a little better.
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      05-25-2020, 08:21 AM   #3
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Agreed but Adams 1&2 is my choice. Been using it for 10+ years.


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I use noxon on my tips every car wash to clean the tips.
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This must be the lazy way to do it.
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That meguiars wheel kit has been discontinued but they sell the polishing tool and metal polish separately. You can use mothers powerball too but I would use the tool as the final step to polish out the metal. I wouldnt get it all dirty with carbon. Use APC with steel wool to get most of the carbon off then use neverdull and finally finish off with that foam power tool and some polish !
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      05-26-2020, 01:31 PM   #7
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This must be the lazy way to do it.
The only thing unique about is how much work you're doing with nowhere near the right results lol

The drill is great to really perfect your exhaust tips, but I definitely have not seen it done this way yet especially without some type of metal polish product.

I'll throw my vote in for P21S polishing soap.
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try some nevrdull bro. i think you can do a little better.
oh man, those Borla tips are a PITA to clean. I've done it once and I said never again. The best way is to clean them often to keep them from caking.

But yeah, nevrdull is amazing.
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+1 for Never Dull. I might even have a bit of PTSD from the amount of time I spent using that stuff in the Navy but that's a whole different story.

The stuff is really a quality metal polish.
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