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Thumbs up Shiny nuts!!!

Do any of you guys use or remember BRASSO???

I was clearing out the shed the other day & came across an old tin bottle of the stuff so I used it on the shiny bits on my '95 F150 & it brought the chromework up like new!!!

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Yep. Great stuff. I have used it for, polishing chrome - metal etc, removing scratches and scuffs from my car-bike's paintwork, polishing the all the paintwork on my car - bike before waxing, polishing scratched watch glasses, lapping in spool valves in auto trans valve bodies and much more. A very fine gentle cutting compound.
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A very fine gentle cutting compound.
If I rub my tool gently up & down with it do you think it'll restore
it back to it's original condition????...........................
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If I rub my tool gently up & down with it do you think it'll restore
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That's a whole different thread
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Shiny nuts?? Blimey, isn't that getting a bit personal?

PS - How did you know??

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If I rub my tool gently up & down with it do you think it'll restore
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Or was that look THEN leap?
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If I rub my tool gently up & down with it do you think it'll restore
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It can work miricles but not the impossible. Sorry Britmick. May I suggest a series of Botox injections.
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