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Old 02-24-2008, 08:52 PM   #1
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you cant really tell but they arnt shining so you know their not clean enough.

whats the best way to go about cleaning the tips besides just hot soap and water cuz it dont get it all off. with the detailing clay bar work or will that just ruin my bar and ill have to get a new one. or what do you do?
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this is what I use for all my metal polishing

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thank you Harofreak00
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I use Turtle Wax polishing compound. Works great.
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I use Turtle Wax polishing compound. Works great.
sounds good. ill have to try em both one on each exhaust to see which works the best and ill get back to ya
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Oven claener works to beak down the inital carbon build up, polish after that.
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Oven claener works to beak down the inital carbon build up, polish after that.
any ol' oven cleaner or what.
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I use easy off foam stuff.
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I use Turtle Wax Chrome Wax. It works great on the GXP tips!
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I use Turtle Wax Chrome Wax. It works great on the GXP tips!
thanks for the info and comming from another GXP owner
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