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If you haven't already used this product to clean the assortment of nastiness that can attach itself to your chrome. This stuff is a life saver!

Somehow I have a habit of letting my boots come in contact with my lower exhaust pipe. When this occurs, it usually deposits a small amount of melted rubber onto the chrome. Short of using sandpaper, Nevrdull is the only product that I have found that will remove it and just about anything else from the chrome.

Give it a try! :a18:



P.S. All you guys/gals with a military background are already well acquainted with Nevrdull and it's brother, Brasso.. :bigthumbsup:
 

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I use to have a 24k gold plated desert eagle and used neverdull to polish it all the time.... Never thought of trying it on my pipes.. Thanks for the heads up :bigthumbsup:
 

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Yep, it works very well on the pipes, just let them cool off before using it. It works great for caked on brake dust too. So if you have chrome covers for the calipers, it should come off in a jiffy.

My rims on my Harley can get pretty funked up if I don't clean them ever so often from brake dust. 20 minutes with some Nevrdull and they look like new again..

 

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I have been using it for years. I will post up another good product I have been using also.
 

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Same here, been using it for a long time. I started using it to polish brass bells that I collected, but found it works good on a lot of stuff. It used to be hard to find then a larger company bought them and now you can find it anywhere.
 
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