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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-24-2010 Thread Starter
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Polished Supercharger

Was wondering if you guys could please help me. I have a procharger on my 04 GT. It is polished. I have had it on the car for about 2 months or so. I noticed it is getting a little hazy. What do some of you with a polished supercharger use to keep that mirror finish. Thanks for you help.

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go pick up a can of nevrdull. shines metal up nicely.


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I recommend using mother billet polish.....

Amazon.com: Mothers 05106 Billet Metal Polish - 4 oz: Automotive

proof is in the pudding......

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yup mothers will work. any metal polish should brighten it up.

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Thanks guys for the help
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Thanks guys for the help.
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