|12-12-2012, 05:37 PM||#1|
WD40 for cleaning.
So I've got custom exhaust with chrome exhaust tips. Everyone knows how they can get crappy looking after awhile just from regular driving. I have been using wd40 for years to help clean my cars like using them to remove bugs and such from my front bumpers. I just recently tried using wd40 to see how that would work to shine them back up. I did research before I tried it and even Chip Foose uses it to help shine things back up and protect them. Well I tried it and it worked freaking great! Just thought I'd throw that out there for anyone that wanted a cheap way to help make their chrome shine! Side note it can attract dust so I get it nice and shiny with the wd40 then I clean it off and put some wax or other protectant on.
2011 Double cab TRD Sport 4x4 Magnetic Gray
HID headlights, superwhite fog lights
Billet grille with recessed Rigid Industries 20inch E-series LED light bar
LED interior lights, LED license plate lights
Avital security system/remote start w/ blue scanner LEDs
Aero Turbine muffler (AT2525) with custom Y-pipe duals
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