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Old 11-10-2009, 08:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Thumbs up oxidation???

anyone know any tips or rubbing compounds to help get out oxidation.. thanks
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They all do very much the same thing. Maybe an auto parts store can suggest one based on what they see.
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They all do very much the same thing. Maybe an auto parts store can suggest one based on what they see.
its not to bad. but i went to onetoday and they just seemed lost lol.. but i seen a video abou ultralusteroxidation remover.. ever heard of it?
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It's a safe bet nothing fancy is needed, just a light compound.
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Its not yet clear even i am searching for such tips.
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Well I think the 3M cleaner wax is the best product for removing the oxidized paint. They offers light, medium and severe oxidization. But I used the medium on my car and got awesome shine about 3 months. Its also very easy to use and you can remove it with hand.. Good Luck
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