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Old 04-27-2010, 06:00 PM   #21
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I read this thread last night...looked over at my inner trim and said, hmmm I have the time to see what I come out with. So I took the 3M super duty rubbing compound (gravel in a bottle) and gave this first one a workout and then finished with MOTHERS MAG & ALUMINUM POLISH and here is the result. Also the outer rim shined up pretty nice too. I really like that 3M compound for cutting thru the crud!
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Old 04-27-2010, 08:13 PM   #22
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i read this thread last night...looked over at my inner trim and said, hmmm i have the time to see what i come out with. So i took the 3m super duty rubbing compound (gravel in a bottle) and gave this first one a workout and then finished with mothers mag & aluminum polish and here is the result. Also the outer rim shined up pretty nice too. I really like that 3m compound for cutting thru the crud!
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"3M super duty rubbing compound (gravel in a bottle) and gave this first one a workout and then finished with MOTHERS MAG & ALUMINUM POLISH and here is the result"
RedhawkerII... where does one get the 3m rubbing compound & Mothers? Would that be autosupply or basic hardware?
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A paint store that specializes in auto paint would probably have the 3M super duty and most auto parts stores have the Mother's.
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You order it thru this company....R & E Paint Supply They have it.
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