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post #1 of 9 Old 05-01-2011, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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Whats Nufinish? You think it would work on my rig?

Seriously though, is it a shop or something? What did it set you back?
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I used NuFinish to polish one of the trucks at work last week. It was the only thing I could find. I really didn't care for it. Maybe that because I usually only use Meguires on my vehicles.


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post #4 of 9 Old 05-01-2011, 04:32 PM
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U guys are funny I not even going to attempt that it would take 2 weeks to polish my rig up I gonna get it painted flat black then use touch up paint aka spay can that's when it gets real bad scratches

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Whats Nufinish? You think it would work on my rig?

Seriously though, is it a shop or something? What did it set you back?
I was planning to wait until the rust shows up, and then letting my wife talk me into bedlining it all.
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I had a tube of it for my wife's company car and just found it the other day. I had an hour to spare so I thought I'd see what it could do. It worked great but like I said, that's a once a year job for sure.

It was the scratch and swirl remover kind, that might be why it worked so well.
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So after one wash almost all the scratches have returned. Looks like it just filled them in the same way regular wax would. Oh well, saves me the time of scratching it up again
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So after one wash almost all the scratches have returned. Looks like it just filled them in the same way regular wax would. Oh well, saves me the time of scratching it up again
If its too good to be true.....
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Save yourself and your paint all the trouble and get some "Trail-skins"...BC pinstriping is literally what they were made for originally....


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