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nice automotive wax that has been applied liberally to some M730 cranks I polished


can you please elaborate on this - i am due to finish my truvativ crank 'ano strip and polish' (pics will be posted soon) and would like to know what to apply after i've Peek'd it to a bitchin polish :)



Yeah, I've got some (insert large automotive chain of shops, you know the orange and black logo) polish called wet wax. It's about 10-12 years old, it's like a clear jelly and you just keep rubbing it in until it disappears. It doesn't tarnish the finish, or add any additional polishing/buffing.


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thanks! there be one of those opposite my work, will check it out tomoz :)


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