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Detailing and Cleaning
Sponsored by: Autogeek.net Discuss waxing, cleaning, detailing and everything in between here to keep your bimmer looking its very best.
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Try Never Dull on chrome, aluminum, etc... This stuff comes like cotton soak wadding - that you wipe on, let dry & wipe off. You don't wax chrome because it needs to breath and gives off oils. Never Dull removes dirt, grease, even some rust and leaves a very fine oil residue behind to prevent dirt, brake dust etc... from attacking surface.
actualy, it does work. they tryed it on myth-busters and they siad it cleans all the crap off of it, and i think they said to took care of some SMALL rust spots.
coca cola is a good cleaner for corosion like battery terminal ends and external metals. Kind of scary demostration done recently - fill a small glass with Coke, put a roofing nail in the solution and cover it with wax paper. Leave it for 24 hours and see what happens. You'll find the nail will have disolved. - Nice eh? and we drink this stuff
theres a good mythbusters episode on whether or not coke cleans chrome. They test a bunch of different things on the chrome but I dnt remember which one worked best lol. U might wanna just look up tht episode or something.