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jkissner
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Any suggestions on how to remove the cloudiness from this nickel plating?

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How's this for tarnish removal....

http://www.hoosierhunting.com/ubb/ultimatebb.php?/topic/33/1729.html

I use Daytona Southern Shine!

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quote:
Originally posted by jkissner:
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Any suggestions on how to remove the cloudiness from this nickel plating?

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Yaz
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looks like you have some slight pitting. If you can't get it out with those other products, use Flitz. I use it all the time on new barrels to "break them in", before shooting. Good stuff. If you have a dremmel and a little polishing wheel, it should clean it right up.

http://www.flitz.com

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jkissner
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Thanks for the good suggestions. They all look like proven products. I may get all three and see which works best.

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jkissner
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Bo,

Where did you find Daytona Southern Shine?

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jkissner
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After Flitz. It was available at the New Palestine hardware store.
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Thanks for the recommendation of products.

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That looks really good J.... turned out nice!

Got my first Southern Shine down in Ga... but the last time, I really had to do some serious online surfing to find it!

Hope I'm not out of luck finding it again!!

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Weedhopper
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Looks great!! I use Flitz a lot!

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