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Old 12-18-2010, 08:00 PM   #16
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I've been doing restoration on vintage BMX bikes for many years and Oxalic Acid is the stuff you want. No scrubbing or anything, just dip and rinse. Check this out -





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Wow thats awesome.
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Just use a high grit sand paper like 2000 or higher. the paper is so fin that you cant see any scratches, think of it like this sand paper this high is the final step ona freshly painted car
Good idea. It works great. Light buffing with a wire wheel on a dremel works good too.....
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Good idea. It works great. Light buffing with a wire wheel on a dremel works good too.....
I have a small brass wire wheel in my dremel box for soft cleaning .
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Are you asking me? NEVR-DULL is $5-$10... but a can will last YEARS! It's like a cotton wadding stuff. You can even use it, put it back in the can and re-use it.

Any good auto parts store will carry it.

http://www.oreillyauto.com/site/c/de...word=nevr+dull
+1 great stuff use it to polish my Harley !!
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