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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoCverA View Post
    I see where this thread went but your first post was all fail for one simple reason:

    Before and After shots should be of the same fucking thing, showing the difference.
    No I think it failed because as people have pointed out, its a waste of time. You cant touch these things without scratching them up.

    Edit: its also a pain in the ass

    Edit again: both sides were in the same condition, if that matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chromesphere View Post
    Yeah that went down well. My next thread will be Tips on AES investing...
    LOL. FWIW, I like what you did with the cart
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    Quote Originally Posted by chromesphere View Post
    No I think it failed because as people have pointed out, its a waste of time. You cant touch these things without scratching them up.

    Edit: its also a pain in the ass

    Edit again: both sides were in the same condition, if that matters.
    it doesn't matter. show it right or GTFO.

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    Valuable carts worth the effort, but first clean every dust it could have, or it will make fine scratchs. Also matters the temperature of the plastic and the polish compound must be top quality and applied with a proper polishing machine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by distropia View Post
    Valuable carts worth the effort, but first clean every dust it could have, or it will make fine scratchs. Also matters the temperature of the plastic and the polish compound must be top quality and applied with a proper polishing machine.
    Don't forget to give it a bit of a knob polishing though, you need to keep it oiled.



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