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Originally Posted by Pouncer911 View Post
I asked around on TurboPalooza [should be Turbo-Palooka's] about how to get rid of the clear film covering the chrome on my fuchs rims. One suggestion i received was using Brillo and Steel wool and basically scratch/rub it off. Would yu guys agree that this is the best way of removing the plastic film? I have confirmed it is plastic... Isn't there a chemical that could soften the plastic or even dilute it that wouldn't damage chrome or the rubber? All suggestions would be appreciated.
KJ, sorry to disappoint you bro, but most turbopalooza participants are card carrying members of the anti-rim polishing club (take that any way you want). If you want to learn the fine art of rim-polishing or circle jerking, there is this great website called 'Rennlist' where they will be happy to take care of your needs
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