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    Hi..i have some expensive polished alloy wheels that have some `pit` marks on them which i have tried to remove with metal polish but to no avail...any answers on how i can bring them back to a nice shiny finish?
     
     

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    were you applying the metal polish by hand??

    if so get the rotary out and machine polish them.. that'll do the job..

    then plaster plenty of poorboys sealant or fk1000p on to keep them looking good..
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    Thanks, yes tried by hand..guess i`ll have to purchase a rotary!
     
     

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    just got this mate.. really good piece of kit and cheap aswell:

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/polish.../prod_513.html
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    Alpine MRP-M650 Monoblock with Alpine Type R 10"
     
     

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