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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Whitetrash, Aug 2, 2002.
I was just wonder what works the best for polishing the interior aluminum trim.
Buy some Mother's polish and some 000 fine steel wool. The combo will polish the s**t of of anything aluminum! I used the two do do my original valve covers on my 72 'vette.
Wenol cream works real good too. I used it on some billet rims I had on an old lo-lo I owned and it workes GREAT! But its a little pricey.
Not too sure about aluminum trim...
but i have spent hours polishing billet aluminum stuff for my camaro. ...Pulleys, Brackets, Radiator...
I use a buffing wheel on a motor or grinder type deal... and get some buffing compound. ruby or rogue i think they call it. Red stuff is a little coarse and the white is to finish it and get a mirror like finish..
Oh yeah.... and lots of time and patience to polish anything.
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