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This is a discussion on hazy & cloudy looking rotors within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; `aight fellas,i have the slotted/drilled rotors on mine(nearly brand new) & was wondering what products everyone recommends to keep them ...

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    Question hazy & cloudy looking rotors

    `aight fellas,i have the slotted/drilled rotors on mine(nearly brand new) & was wondering what products everyone recommends to keep them somewhat clean & shiny w/out totally hampering performance?my car isnt atall a daily driver but my rotors always seem to have a hazy,cloudy look 2 them..what up wit dat

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    same here and i just used some anti-rusting agent and some VHT brake cleaner on them....no better...

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    drive it..thats all i got to say

    they will get cloudy due to oxidixation from sitting..

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    Your gonna laugh, and its probably not a good thing to do: but for a car show once, I used mothers billet wheel polish on the rotors and POW!!!, they looked SUPER. Best part about it all, is that it did not effect my stopping power or nothing. It just chromed it up!

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    Did you get zinc coated?, the coating makes the whole rotor look good except where the pads rub and there is not much you can do with the friction surface that's safe.

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    i guess just get them cut every now n then

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    They are zinc coated/washed!! They still look pretty bright to me yet!

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