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This is a discussion on Mothers Chrome polish within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Had some brown spots trying to settle in on my Firehawk rims from the abuses of all 4 seasons we ...

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    Mothers Chrome polish

    Had some brown spots trying to settle in on my Firehawk rims from the abuses of all 4 seasons we get here. I grabbed the Mothers' chrome polish and went to work with a terry cloth and after 20 mins of rubbing and buffing all of the brown shit came off. Love Mothers products!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurley711
    Had some brown spots trying to settle in on my Firehawk rims from the abuses of all 4 seasons we get here. I grabbed the Mothers' chrome polish and went to work with a terry cloth and after 20 mins of rubbing and buffing all of the brown shit came off. Love Mothers products!

    Yeah. I thoguht this was going to be a question.
    Works well on Wheels as well, and chrome trim.
    Wipe off all the residue.

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    I use it on my windows!!

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    Mothers products are great.And I also use it on my windows {the wax}
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    i use the mothers billet polish its about 15 bucks for a lil thing of it but damn its sweet

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    I polished my power steering cooler with that stuff and it worked great

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    Hello

    I am from Germany. Have anyone the webpage of the Motherīs Productions?


    I thank you for helping me.


    greats Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Felgenservice
    Hello

    I am from Germany. Have anyone the webpage of the Motherīs Productions?


    I thank you for helping me.


    greats Martin
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    thank you

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    Mothers Reflections

    Try Mother Reflections car wax. I think its better than Zaino. Yeah I know what your thinking.....yeah right......trust me. For 20 bucks a bottle its better than a 100 dollar kit. The easiest to put on and take off.

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    i freaking love mothers.....every single one of their products

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    I used the Mother Reflections Car wax this weekend and then put the Reflections top coat wax and let me tell their products are unbelievable. There other products are great but if you want the best dont settle for anything less that the Reflections product line. I also use their leather cleaner and conditioner it was remarkable!!!!!

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    so on ur rims.... did u buff with a buffer or by hand?

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    I do everything by hand. I really never prefered a buffer because I like to feel where the paint is with a buffer I can't tell.

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    I did my rims by hand, the old fashioned way

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    Hey Hurley

    Sick Ride!!!!! I know I drive a Stang but damn my heart really goes out to those cars. What an awesome car overall. Its got the looks the power and the ability to handle. Wish they were still made when I bought my Stang.

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