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    Senior Member 18GullwingMailman's Avatar
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    Default Cleaning headers

    I've found cleaning burned-on oil off of ceramic coated headers to be almost impossible to remove!
    What I found that works after trying almost every chemical I had around was really simple.

    Orange Gojo pumice hand cleaner. Go figure.

    After cleaning the oil off, I used a cloth buffing wheel and polishing compound and got the shine back.

    Hope this saves you guys a ton of time!
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    Thanks for the tip turd! now get yo azz back to work on that winger!
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