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Removing Rust Spots from Exhaust

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bmwpowere36m3
Good stuff… I do the same. I usually start with Scotch-Brite pads, either Maroon [~400 grit] or Grey [~600-800 grit] (depending on severity) and some WD-40. Then finish off with some SS polish if you want a mirror shine vs. a "brushed" look.

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phicurious86
Good stuff… I do the same. I usually start with Scotch-Brite pads, either Maroon [~400 grit] or Grey [~600-800 grit] (depending on severity) and some WD-40. Then finish off with some SS polish if you want a mirror shine vs. a "brushed" look.
Cool beans. What's the intended benefit of using WD-40 during the sanding?

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bmwpowere36m3
Just a "lubricant", like when wet-sanding... just what I like to do.

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phicurious86
Good stuff… I do the same. I usually start with Scotch-Brite pads, either Maroon [~400 grit] or Grey [~600-800 grit] (depending on severity) and some WD-40. Then finish off with some SS polish if you want a mirror shine vs. a "brushed" look.
Cool beans. What's the intended benefit of using WD-40 during the sanding?
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