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Old 12-17-2005, 11:55 AM   #1
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best way to protect/clean polished parts

I touched my car for the first time in months today and my valve covers look BAD. I can still see my reflection, but they are pretty cloudly. Is there anything I can do short of repolishing them? What will help to keep this from happening again next time?
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Old 12-17-2005, 02:10 PM   #2
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Re: best way to protect/clean polished parts

mother's metal polish, or Eagle 1's Nevr-Dull polish.

i personally like Eagle 1's because it comes with a swab, so you sab it on putting alittle elbow greese to it. and then get a clean cloth and whipe it up.....

i do it all the time to my tips/wheels/front pony and it basicaly turns it into like a mirror.
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ok thanks!
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Re: best way to protect/clean polished parts

i use mothers billitt aluminum polish on my manifold, alternator and ac compressor(i polished the parts) and it does 1 hell of a job
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I like Mother's.
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Eagle one all the way.
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