I'm not familiar with this wheel, but if it's aluminum, don't use steel wool
-- it will cause specks as tiny particles of steel embed in the softer
aluminum and rust..
on 9/25/02 5:00 AM, Carl French at firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> If you used a wadding polish like Eagle 1 It is not much of an abrasive
> cleaner which in many cases is good especially the repro bumpers. For metals I
> use Mother's but there are many other products out there. What I would suggest
> is to use prgressively finer grades of steel wool, I would start with 0 grade
> and maybe finish with 0000 depending on how shiny you want it. work with the
> 'grain' of the metal if there is one.
> Carl French
> Jack Feldman wrote:I have a 72 steering wheel which little black flecks on the
> metal part. I
> tried to polish them out with a product that has some sort of polish
> impregnated in cotton waste.
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'66 MGB GHN3L76149
If you're near Mountain View, CA,
it's the primer red one with chrome wires
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