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Posted by John N on December 10, 2001 at 02:04:12:

In Reply to: Anyone know how to buff aluminium chrome on cs? posted by Maximus on December 09, 2001 at 19:36:46:

Mother's aluminum polish and lots of elbow grease. If things are really dull, a hard bufing wheel and red rougue first seems to help scrub off the worst. Aluminum oxide is extremely tough stuff.

If you have scratches, learn to like them. There is no way to buff them out. The trim is brite anodized. If you go through that very thin layer (I think we're talking 10-30 microns) you get to the underlying metal.


John N

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