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Has anyone tried using "Amyway Metal Cleaner"on their stainless trim parts?How well did it work?:confused0024:
 

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Has anyone tried using "Amyway Metal Cleaner"on their stainless trim parts?How well did it work?:confused0024:
Hey 56owner. I've never tried that particular cleaner but I've tried just about every other brand. I do know 1 thing for sure, most cleaners will do only that--clean. If you've got any scratches or swirl marks I don't think a product like that will work. It might make your scratches shiny but won't remove them. If you have scratches, you've got to work them out with different grade sandpaper and THEN proceed to the polishing phase. Wouldn't hurt to use a buffing wheel either. Stainless can be a pain to get right. Keep us posted on your progress.:anim_25: JIM.
 

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Look on the internet for White Diamond Metal Polish, use it on all surfaces; aluminum, stainless and chrome with excellent results, good luck!!
 
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