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Old 01-20-2012, 01:31 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Craig P.
I can't seem to get more than a month out of the WD40 application. They look a lot better painted anyway, so I've decided to go that route. They're easy to remove, so it shouldn't be a difficult job. I contacted the handle manufacturer to see if they make my handles in chrome, but unfortunately they don't.

If your son was doing mine , I ' d let him also. LOL. Mine last longer than a month cause my eyesight is worse than yours. LOL . If I don't see it , it still looks good to me. HA!


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Old 01-20-2012, 04:55 PM   #16
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My awning covers appear to be anodized aluminum. Neither painted nor bare. Polishing thru the anodized coating will reveal the shiny aluminum underneath, but it isn't the same color. If you had anodized arms like mine a gentle polishing and waxing is sufficient.


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I'm going to try the WD40 today. Thanks for the pic

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