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post #13 of 19 (permalink) Old 12-15-2013, 11:31 AM
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I have detail stainless aircraft spinners and leading edges, and I have seen great results from FLASH metal polish! It's awesome stuff

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The easiest methods of cleaning and polishing metals would be by regular maintenance. Regular maintenance of metals will help prevent further damage of the metals. Some metals can simply be cleansed using water or soapy water while some need to be cleansed using a liquid metal cleaner.
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I have diamond plate running boards down the whole side of my rig I use speedys metal polish goes a long long way. Found mine at the local peterbilt dealer

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Hi crazykid! Could you please mention a little more of what you are speaking? What is the product that has worked for you so well?
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It's Speedys metal polish. My uncle runs a towing company and has big rigs is how I found it. He was using it to polish the fuel tanks. Bumpers and the rails of his flatbed. The product is a bit pricey 30 bucks or so for a quart but I've done my steps three times and barly used any. I used a power ball on a drill if the steps get real bad. It's quick and easy. It's also used on a friends oil truck. He bought it used and the tank was pretty faded and we hit it with some speedys and it came right back. Id recommend it to anyone. Here's the link THE ORIGINAL SPEEDY METAL POLISH SITE. SPEEDY SHINES ALUMINUM,SILVER,COPPER,BRASS,STAINLESS STEELL, AND ALL OTHER METALS

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Hey "CrazyKid", that sounds great!
I actually have used Innosoft B570 for rust removal. It works really well. The reason I asked you was I would love to know about many more such products that work well with rust. Thanks a lot for replying...
In case you need to see the website for Innosoft B570, you could follow the following link.
Rust removers and Metal Cleaners
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