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a while back i put up a post about how to remove gold leaf and i got back alot of suggestions. today i went and bought some 0000 steel wool and decided to try it out. it worked pretty good. didnt leave any scratches on the rims. it took about 25 min each rim but they look nice! :biggrin: :biggrin:























 

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why didnt you want it. it not matched the ride or something?
 

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Originally posted by MOSTHATED CC@Mar 16 2010, 01:02 AM~16903710
looks good
THANKS BRO!
 

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Originally posted by Hannibal Lector@Mar 16 2010, 03:12 AM~16904021
why didnt you want it. it not matched the ride or something?
NO IT DIDNT MATCH PLUS THERE WERE LITTLE FLAWS IN IT. GONNA JUS KEEP THEM CHROME FOR NOW THEN MAYBE LATER PAINT THE LIPS OF THE RIMS BLACK!
 

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Did you use laquer thinner as well as the steel wool?
 

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NOPE JUST WATER AND DISH SOAP
 

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that steel wool works wonders on shit seriously had some rims i picked up dirt cheap 2 hours later a mothers power ball, steel wool and some chrome polish i had what looked like a new set...
 

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Originally posted by DETACHED@Mar 16 2010, 01:03 PM~16907319
that steel wool works wonders on shit seriously had some rims i picked up dirt cheap 2 hours later a mothers power ball, steel wool and some chrome polish i had what looked like a new set...
FASHO! IMMA START ATTACKING ALL THE CHROME ON MY ELCO TOMORROW!
 
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