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Old 07-20-2013, 03:41 PM   #1
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Too much bling?

One wheel down, three more to go. ZEPHYR polishing products make this an easy job! Can you have too much high polished aluminum?

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One wheel down, three more to go. ZEPHYR polishing products make this an easy job! Can you have too much high polished aluminum?
Never enough chrome or polished aluminum, in my opinion
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I gave up Bling-ing when I retired.
If I bling my wheels they will look dirty quicker, and my checkbook gets enough of a workout already.

They do look really nice!
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One wheel down, three more to go. ZEPHYR polishing products make this an easy job! Can you have too much high polished aluminum?
Just let me know when you'll be able to come over and do mine!
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Polish? Shine? I'm just trying to remember to replace my missing lug nut cover. Then I'll worry about bling!
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My dad used to race a 1966 Corvette Stingray "The Green Machine", and some of those racers had parts of their engines chromed for the shows beforehand... I want THAT! LOL!

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For the RV that has everything ... some samples!
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Looks great!! What is your process? I'd like to do mine.
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Looks great!! What is your process? I'd like to do mine.
LOL! I just did a quick Google search for chrome plated auto parts to get a picture for that post. Now we just have to find someone who does RV engine parts! Some of that stuff looks great ... I might actually have to plan some of that into my RV purchase budget!

Just imagine going to the RV shop and have them pop the lid on THAT baby!

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Looks great!! What is your process? I'd like to do mine.
X2. I can get a shine....but those glow. Makes me want to pull up a lawn chair and stare.
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