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    Default Bassett spray polish??

    I just had my stainless Bassett swisties pollished. I heard their might be some kind of a chemical spray, that cleanes and removes the gold haze over time, anyone??
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    When u gunna stop wasting money and have the coated

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    Even better question , When are you gonna stop trying to make it pretty and make it fast?
    No matter how good she looks , someone is tired of her shit!

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    I still like new chrome over coating.

    Blue Away I think its called. Just keep the water thru em and they should stay pretty.


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    Stainless, I don't know of anything, all stainless I've seen get's that gold tint on it after a while. I dont know if blue away would work on that application. I would think keeping the water system functioning properly would be your best bet.

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    Use metal wax if they are stainless
    Just did a set of stainless twistys
    Bassetts last year
    Pulled the gold out pretty easy
    But still required elbow grease


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    Cool thanks for the input, I will try some metal wax here and there. So mark I think as much time as your winger sits on the sand bar you should put some shinny shit on there to look at too.JK, Don't trip it will be faster this season, and she's going to run off of bannanas, pineapples n sestosterone......

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    .....n00000000 coating brother!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    when u gunna stop wasting money and have the coated

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    Quote Originally Posted by fred hammett View Post
    I just had my stainless Bassett swisties pollished. I heard their might be some kind of a chemical spray, that cleanes and removes the gold haze over time, anyone??
    Zephyr rules, try it. Truck stops have it or we have some at the shop.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BOOSTPOWER View Post
    Zephyr rules, try it. Truck stops have it or we have some at the shop.


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    I like good polish, you don't have to work as hard.


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    X2 on the Zephyr. It comes in three sizes(at least where I am), just go ahead and buy the big one because you will be a polishing mofo once you try it.
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