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hey guys,

i was wondering if anyone know what i could do to keep my brushed metals that are shiny to keep from oxidizing. i normally use steel whole to brush anything i can to get the oxidation off of it, but eventually itll get back to how it was.
 

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Clear-coat it - if there's not much heat around.
 

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I have used Eagle One Never Dull polish wadding for years. It seems to work on all automotive metals, even cad plating.
 

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I have used Eagle One Never Dull polish wadding for years. It seems to work on all automotive metals, even cad plating.
alright, sounds great. do you know where i can find some locally?

Which metals are you talking about?... steel... aluminum... or stainless steel?
well im unsure cause it ranges from the piping that comes from the fuel distributor and the distributor its self to the little bracket that holds the gas cap inside the fuel door
 

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IIRC I last got the Eagle One polish wadding at AutoZone. It comes in a silver can with a removable metal top. It is in with the car waxes and cleaners.
 

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The wadding products like Never Dull and Eagle One are relatively easy to use and do a decent job. Once you have used them, Simichrome will take the finish to a new level. It is popular with the motorcycle crowd. It comes in a "toothpaste tube" and is found at most motorcycle shops. It will make aluminum, stainless steel, and many other soft metals/platings shine like a mirror.
 
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