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This is a discussion on Nevr Dull within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Anyone use this stuff?? I am looking to use it as a starting point to bring back my TTII's....as the ...

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    Anyone use this stuff??

    I am looking to use it as a starting point to bring back my TTII's....as the winter has REALLY tarnished them up.
    I am liking the waded up cotton idea to get them cleaned up fairly decent before using the Mother's Billet on them.

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    Yes, I use them on my CCWs, prior to using Mother's Billet. The Nevr Dull works great to clean them up but doesn't do much for shine. The Mother's Billet provides the shine. I think you will like the results Curtis.

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    I have used it. Works great. They should polish them pretty good too.

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    I've used it as well with great results on cleaning up some nasty looking aftermarket polished wheels.

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    Cool.

    Picked some up today.

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    I used to use it on my Baja's. That and Mothers. Great stuff.

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    As mentioned, its good for cleaning tarnish and oxidation. However, it won't give you a high luster shine. I've always had good results with a 1000-2000 grit wet sanding, then polish with mothers. Last year, after doin this, my wheels had the a deeper shine than they did new. Now they are nasty again, so I will be givin them a good sanding and polishing within the next couple weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Cool.

    Picked some up today.
    Should've asked!
    I've got some of that I would've let you use.
    I normally use Never Dull as a two-part polishing process. I use it to clean heavily tarnished metals, and then follow up with my Medallion High Gloss Metal Polish.
    Never Dull is ok. It's not that powerfull, though
    BTW, my Medallion High Gloss Polish works great'
    Let me know if you want to try it...

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    I use that stuff on my bike - works great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z06-Goose View Post
    Should've asked!
    I've got some of that I would've let you use.
    I normally use Never Dull as a two-part polishing process. I use it to clean heavily tarnished metals, and then follow up with my Medallion High Gloss Metal Polish.
    Never Dull is ok. It's not that powerfull, though
    BTW, my Medallion High Gloss Polish works great'
    Let me know if you want to try it...
    I'll be in touch.

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    Works great on exhaust tips, Used it today actually.

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    I'm suprized you're not using Blingmaster.

    http://www.blingmaster.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by redracer1 View Post
    I'm suprized you're not using Blingmaster.

    http://www.blingmaster.com/index.html
    I'm gonna buy that shit just because they got Kowboy Kal to stand on top of their limo with an 80 foot whip. Really - I'll do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Letourneau View Post
    Works great on exhaust tips, Used it today actually.
    Same here. Used the stuff on my old car.

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    Tested a small section of a wheel today...

    I am in for a long process...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Luos View Post
    Tested a small section of a wheel today...

    I am in for a long process...
    Yeah it takes a bit of elbow grease, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35th-ANV-SS View Post
    Yeah it takes a bit of elbow grease, that's for sure.

    This is gonna take more than a bit....

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    Mine were kinda bad and I spent a good hour on each wheel. Not sure what condition yours are in. That was just with the Nevr Dull shit, nothing else.

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    Well....the Nevr Dull isn't cutting it.
    I may have to wetsand a little to be honest.
    It cleans it up, but there are what looks like little water spots on the wheels....and that isn't my thing.

    What other options are out there?? Dremel buffing tools maybe?
    Brake fluid/bleach? (asking because I don't know)
    I have the wheels off and they are cleaned up.

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