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Old 03-27-2005, 05:22 PM
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Metal Armor metal polish?

Anybody try this stuff for polished aluminum yet? Kind expensive, but if it works good might be worth it. They also have a sealant you use after the polish. Here is a link. I saw it on the show Trucks.http://www.medfordtools.com/metal-armor/index.html
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I saw the same thing today and it peaked my curiosity as well.
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We've tried the new Metal Armor. It requires a lot of elbow grease. I much prefer to use something that has a little less abrasive in it and doesn't require so much elbow grease. We use Green Dragon for all metals and then follow up by putting a coat of Rod & Custom Show Gloss Creme on it to protect it from any further oxidation or corrosion or rust. It just wipes on, nothing to wipe off. Easy to use and very cost effective, as well.
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