Discussion in 'Touring Models' started by bobrobert, May 17, 2011.
Whats the easiest way to get the marks off muffler? any suggestions welcome.
Ordinary SOS pad from the kitchen works wonders for me.
Being careful use easy off oven cleaner on a warm not hot muffler or pipe. Also a product called boot duke remover.
SOS pads leave small markes.
Windex and chrome polish:s
I have been using them for years on chrome and have yet to have any detectable scratches. Now I do not get crazy with the pressure while doing it and make sure to keep the pad wet and soapy. When the soap is starting to disappear time for a new one.
Also works for me.
Just don't get crazy when rubbing.
Chrome polish works for me...
WD40 works great. But the product I find work best is Neverdull. Comes in a can, oil soaked wadding.
Thanks for mentioning Neverdull. Haven't used it for years. When I was younger, I used it on my car wheels. Will try it on my mufflers.
Take the edge of a nickel and gently scrape it off. The nickel is softer than the chrome and won't scratch it if you're gentle. Follow with the finest steel wool and you're good to go
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