Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Shiny Wheels Time

I have been carrying around a bottle of aluminum wheel polish for a long time.  I even used it once with marginal results but the first time I used it with a sponge buffing attachment.

A while back I picked up a couple of hard packed/cloth buffing attachments to use with my drill.

In the past few weeks I've had the Roadrunner washed and waxed.  And to keep it spiffy, I even wiped it down again with a rag and water (since no washing RVs is allowed on site).

But the wheels were lacking so I thought I would give it another try with my buffing attachment.
I used an attachment similar to this

And put ample amounts of this polish on the tip
And then went at it with lots of elbow grease.  It was a nasty job to take the wheels from this
to this
So I found a new solution to a dull wheels.  A good product and the right buffing tool.

Now to work on that stain on my top step...

Thanks for joining us on the Roadrunner Chronicles!  Until next time...

4 comments:

  1. They look as good as new! Thank you for the tip!

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  2. Nice wheels. Where did you get the Busch product?

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  3. Nice job and I know it was a lot of work. I use Mothers and a similar device to polish my bike frame.

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  4. It certainly is hard to keep vehicles clean with no water to use....

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