Polishing Wolfrace wheels

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Re: Polishing Wolfrace wheels

Post by ronnie » Fri Nov 25, 2016 2:07 pm

Bought myself a wee polishing kit and had a go at only the outer rim ( I'm auld)
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1/ Clean
2/ Wet n Dry
3/ Buff Buff Buff
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Re: Polishing Wolfrace wheels

Post by scmarf » Fri Nov 25, 2016 2:28 pm

They/it looks OK from the photo. What is your verdict? Are you happy?


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Re: Polishing Wolfrace wheels

Post by ronnie » Fri Nov 25, 2016 2:38 pm

Aye- they look fine
Only spent an hour on each wheel
Well worth the effort (in the summer)
Could have spent a bit more time on the polishing.......but it is freezing up here just now
Got 2 large garages full of 'stuff' and there was me - outside in my thermals and a hot water bag.

In the summer I spent £160+ on 4 Wolfrace slotmags at local polishers so thought I'd give these wheels a go.



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