Originally Posted by ALANSD
Wet sand with progressively lighter grades. Take it easy so you don't cut too deep. Then use the Jestco method. Go to Jestco.com to see it ..their method may work for you without sanding...but wet sanding will remove the hard to shine stuff.
Yes this will probably do it. This is what I did to rid my self of the corrosion and haze. You may never get rid of all of the pits.
Start with 800 grit and give a couple of passes all the time making sure you are keeping the area wetted and paper washed off. Have wet cotton cloth or better yet micro fiber to clean surface. Then proceed to 1000 or 1200 grit and give that a couple of passes. I then did a couple passes of 2000 grit to remove most abrasion marks.
Clean with mineral spirits and inspect. If you think you have gotten the results you are happy with you can proceed to polish. If not go back to sanding
I then use the Nuvite line of polish. With above steps, I do one pass of G6, then C until most scratches are gone and then S for final polish
Use only aluminum oxide sanding medium. Usually can find at auto restoration stores