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Thread: Polishing wheels

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    Default Polishing wheels

    OK U folks R getting a Joe Camper Secret method I call the "quick spritz"

    Go From this

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    to this in 10 minutes

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    I have witnesses. Curious??

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    Joe, I'll keep your secret. I'll turn my head while you do mine.


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    Joe, I'll keep your secret as long as you tell me what it is.
    Dale & Paulette

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    First thing I learned is when U start with that first rim however long u take on the first one u will now be required to spend that on all the rest to get them all to match.

    Be carful not to put an hr into that first one or U will be sorry. Your arms and shoulders will really be hurting from rubbing.

    Another fact I learned is U can get 90 % of perfect in 10% of the time to actually make them perfect..

    So rubbing with with this type cream or any similar product for 10 min. is what I do. It will make the rim black that is good make black.

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    Here is the secret. When U get to removing the black u create with buffing and U R turning the rag or going to 2 or 3 clean rags to shine it out this is difficult and time consuming. The product is an oily base and very difficult to polish out.

    Here is the ticket laddys. This is the time saver.

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    Final polish with cooking flower on a dry washcloth gets the black off in less than a minute and gets all of it.

    Initially wipe off the black with the dirty cloth but only for a short and to get it to a thin film or residue. Then switch to dry flower on a dry washcloth.

    Try it. Its a good thing. U can imagine how happy people R after this happens to their rims when they aren't expecting it.

    Its so easy with the rim off it would be just bad stewardship to not.
    Last edited by Joe Camper; 03-19-2014 at 09:13 AM.

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    Is that a special POG polishing towel ?

    99 Country Coach 45XL
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    LOL I didn't notice that.

    Im really going to have to take a closer look at the photos im posting with eyes like that viewing them.

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    Hmmm, clean enough to eat off of...


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    Chrome wheels.jpg

    Thou shalt never polish again. Chrome is the ticket.

    Later
    bv


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    Who makes those usually the chrome ones look like crap those R good ones. They don't look fake.

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    They are Alcoas Joe. The aluminun is chromed, they finally figured out how to make it last. I hate to say it but Newall is putting them on at the factory on the new coaches. The company chroming them is in Orange County CA.

    Later
    bv
    Last edited by truxton; 03-19-2014 at 11:31 PM.


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