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Old 11-04-1999, 10:12 AM
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Lee,
The chrome on the above car is slightly pitted and it is also scratched. What would you recommend to improve it.
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Ed Maddock.

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Old 11-04-1999, 07:39 PM
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Ed,
If there is already damage into the metal there really isn't a ton you can do to make it 100% new again. You can improve the appearance somewhat by using Flitz or Meguiar's Metal Polish. The Flitz seems to be a bit more effective on more neglected areas and the Meguiar's tends to do best on newer areas just needing shine. Give them a try and see how it works. You can also search the Detailing Forum's past posts for references to metal care. (search function top right of screen)

Hope this helps...Lee

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