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Old 03-30-2003   #1
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Question Exhasut Tip Cleaning

I have the magnaflow cat-back and the end piece(which everyone sees) is really looking bad with this stupid Chicago weather. Any suggestion on what I should use to clean it? For those who dont know it is stainless steel.
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I have recomended a stainless steel kitchen sink polish before (and used it myself) and it works excellent on restoring a brilliant shine to stainless steel.
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I have recomended a stainless steel kitchen sink polish before (and used it myself) and it works excellent on restoring a brilliant shine to stainless steel.
agreed! polishes up the tip to look like it was brank spankin new.....
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Get mothers mag polish. I use it on my OBX B3 exhaust all the time and it shines it up nicely.
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you dont have to do any removal right?
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I asked my girl to get some of the mother's mag polish, but she came home with Blue Coral chrome and steel polish. I guess I will give it a try.
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sheila shine works great too. the same stuff they use on stainless steal ovens at restaurants.
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I asked my girl to get some of the mother's mag polish, but she came home with Blue Coral chrome and steel polish. I guess I will give it a try.
please let us know how that goes.



i just bought an almost brand new neuspeed exhaust from someone on the forum. i plan to put it on this weekend, but i would like to polish it up first. is chrome polish ok to use? i am not sure about the difference between care of chrome and other metals if anyone knows. i actually do not like chrome and have brushed aluminum/gunmetal on my cars.

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