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I got a can of Eagle One Never Dull wadding polish as a door prize at a car show this summer. It comes in a small silver can and is for polishing metal, safe for any kind of metal. I've never seen it or used it before so today I thought hmmm! wonder what it's like...tore off a small piece per instructions and tried it on one of my rims. Just rub it in, turning it every once in awhile then I polished it off with a dry cloth.

It is amazing the rim polished up easier and better/faster than the Mothers polish I had been using, with no residue like the Mothers leaves and it even looks shinier. I also tried it on one section of my back bumper and it definitely shined it up also. I'm sold on it...

Just a for what it is worth...:tu
 

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I had some from way back. Haven't been able to find it round these parts for some time now.


Pretty cool how a wad of cotton with a little chemical aditive will polish the living snot out something and leave it shiny.
 
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