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  • customandsound
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    yes ..

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  • mcaswell
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    Do you mean Cape Cod Polishing Cloths?

    We have them in stock!!

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  • cwmcobra
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    Thanks

    I'll give them a try!

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  • customandsound
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    Originally posted by Fireblade
    Only thing I swear by for maintaining aluminum is a product called Cape Cod. It is one of the best I have seen, ya may wanna give it a shot.
    will that work on all aluminum or just bare not polished?i been using e (bird) one on my stuff to keep them maintained

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  • Fireblade
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    Only thing I swear by for maintaining aluminum is a product called Cape Cod. It is one of the best I have seen, ya may wanna give it a shot.

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  • cwmcobra
    started a topic Water spots on "new" aluminum

    Water spots on "new" aluminum

    I'm building a Cobra replica and have a question on cleaning water spots from aluminum wheels. My wheels have not been on the road yet, so no road contaminants to deal with. A few months ago I got a few water spots on the wheels and didn't realize it. They are now noticeably spotted. I've got Zoopseal to treat them with, but need to get the spots off first. Any suggestions for an aluminum cleaner that will take the spots off and preserve the original finish before Zoopseal?

    Thanks,

    Chuck
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