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"Polishing titanium bike frame"



 

I have a titanium bike frame with a bead blasted finish. I used Scoth brite finishing pads which correspond to 00 0000 steel wool [affil. link to info/product at Rockler] to give it a brushed satin look. I have a 0000 equivalent pad which I have not used yet. What can I use to polish the frame beyond that? What can I use as a protectant after polishing to avoid surface staining?

Jay Wasserman
- Queensbury, New York
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Lemon Pledge will do a great job. The smell isn't too bad either. Best Regards from Germany, Mike

Mike Brühl
- Mainz, Germany
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