Originally Posted by rbm92226
It's been a few years but yes. It works like a jewelers rouge. Just don't work with it in direct sunlight. It will dry to fast and it's much harder to get off. Hope that helps
It does work, but omg does it take forever. I'm looking to cut down the work so any other ideas you have please let me know.
We are going to sell these rims / wheels so I would like to clean them up first. The parts I did worked out great but it took so long I moved onto other projects.
Now they are taking up space in my garage so I would like to finish them.
Have you tried bar keepers friend? Is it to aggressive?
I've been using the Fitz on my trucks chrome wheels as it is great stuff. Just no cut with it.
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