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Exhaust tip paint?

Is there anyway I can restore my exhaust tip to look like new, any paint or what can be done?

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Short of hitting with a blast of rattle can paint every so often, the next steps would be a good catalyzed paint or powder coating I think. Time and road debris wear them out. Mine looks like it's been sand blasted on the front side.
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Which car? My tips were stainless steel so I took the coating off and now they glisten and clean up easily.

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Which car? My tips were stainless steel so I took the coating off and now they glisten and clean up easily.

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Most likely a stock muffler??? I would just shoot it periodically with flat-black high temp rattle-can stove paint or automotive high temp header paint.
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