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Nickel Plated Parts
I am refinishing an old boat and I have a few parts that are nickel plated. I was wondering how I could refinish or at least clean them up to make it look new again.
- Fremont, IN, USA
AS LONG AS THEY ARE NOT PITTED THROUGH TO THE METAL. YOU CAN BRING THEM BACK UP TO A HY LUSTRE FINISH, IF YOU HAVE ACCESS TO A BUFFING MACHINE . OR TRY YOUR REGULAR POLISHING PASTEs, etc.
- VANCOUVER, CANADA
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