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How to polish a polished ti frame(4 posts)

How to polish a polished ti framelgd
Apr 17, 2001 6:10 AM
i have a polished titanium frame and it lacks the luster it had when new. what should i use to polish it?
Not sure, but...PsyDoc
Apr 17, 2001 7:32 AM
I would suggest contacting the builder and asking them what they use. Perhaps others on the board know.
Might try Pedro's "Bike Lust"Java
Apr 17, 2001 10:32 AM
I haven't read the label to see if it's somehow not recommended for Ti frames but I doubt it. I've used it on several bikes and it really shines them up. I think it contains a silicone base which is also designed to "protect against the suns evil rays". Good luck.
re: How to polish a polished ti frameTJeanloz
Apr 17, 2001 5:20 PM
Lemon Pledge furniture polish. It works really well. DON'T use generic (i.e. not pledge) polish- I've tried it, and for reasons beyond my understanding, it leaves nasty streaks that can only be taken out with the real McCoy.