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Old 10-24-2015, 12:15 PM   #1
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Polishing Roush Tips

I'm not sure what kind of polish to use on my roush axleback tips.


It's supposed to be 304 stainless steel with chrome flashing. So would a chrome polish be fine like this Turtle Wax Chrome Polish, 12oz - Walmart.com
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Mothers Mag Wheel and Aluminum Polish will bring those back to new. We use it on our wedding rings as well, and it shines them beautifully.
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They are chrome so I would look to the chrome polish.
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They are chrome so I would look to the chrome polish.
Aren't those stainless? Mothers will still work on them, I think.
The good thing about their polish is that its got a tiny bit of grit in it that takes off the road grime.
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Aren't those stainless? Mothers will still work on them, I think.

The good thing about their polish is that its got a tiny bit of grit in it that takes off the road grime.

They are chrome flashed stainless. Mothers mag and wheel will be better than spit but it's chrome over stainless
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That's why I wasn't sure if chrome polish would work because I dont know about chrome flashing. But I'll try out chrome polish first since it's $2 and if it don't work I'll try mothers
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The turtle wax chrome polish definitely helped. It didn't bring all the chrome back but at least got rid of the brown and made it silver.
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