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I was told this is good stuff and was wondering if any of you have used it before?
 

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I've used it quite a bit over the years. It's fine for light jobs.
If you want a really good heavy duty polish, pick up a tube of Autosol. Available at Crappy Tire and a host of other car part places.
 

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racerboy88 said:
is it safe to use on aluminum car rims or S/S tailpipes?
As a matter of fact, I have both on my car and yes, it works just fine, and doesn't damage anything. :thumbup
 

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Never heard of Wicked. If you want to clean the Aluminum and get a fairly go shine, Autosol is great. But if your looking to get a really high shine, Mothers Billet Polish cant be beat. Its better than anything else i`ve ever used.
 

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arcrz said:
Mothers Billet Polish cant be beat. Its better than anything else i`ve ever used.
Cool! :)
Now, does the Mother's clean the aluminum as well, or simply polish an already cleaned piece?
 

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sureface dirt should be cleaned off then use the mothers polish to bring it back......grab the mothers powerball it'll make your life easy:thumbup
 

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dmanbc said:
sureface dirt should be cleaned off then use the mothers polish to bring it back......grab the mothers powerball it'll make your life easy:thumbup
Okay. I had understood about cleaning off the surface dirt, my question was more whether using the Mother's was a two-part process, ie: using a cleaner, then the polish.
Sounds like it does both in one shot. :thumbup
 

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yeah, its just a polish. It wont help in removing scratches with any depth or anything like that. It will remove haze though. Just wipe the area down with a clean cloth and then the polish, I find by hand works best. Its main job is to give you that final killer shine. You can get it at CDN Tire for around $16.
 

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I've always used car polishes on my bike. Paint is paint.
 

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No worries. :)
 
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