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Re: Polishing Spinners

Subject: Re: Polishing Spinners
From: "A. B. Bonds" <>
Date: 11 Dec 1996 16:25:51 -0600
In <>, Carol wrote:

>We now have the new 72-spoke chrome/stainless Daytons for the MGA. 
>We have "washed" the spinners, but...they sure are dull to my eye, and they
>will look like they're painted RED when they go onto those new wheels.
>How can I get the shine back? 

Try either "Nevr-Dull" polishing wadding (usually available from
antique dealers) or Simichrome (knife dealers, gun shops, motorcycle
shops, etc).  If those don't restore the shine, you may need to get
the knockoffs replated.  Depending on your location, new knockoffs
(something like $40 each) might be cheaper than replating (count on at
least $20 each).

                        A. B. Bonds

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