rims and wheels. Friday , November 24th , 2017 - 23:39:23 PM
Admit it; you turn your head when you see a shiny new car pass you on the road. Furthermore, if you take a look at the metal or chrome on your vehicle and realize it could use a bit of spit and polish, well, aren’t you a tad envious of the gleaming car that just whizzed by? Polishing the metal on your car will really enhance its appearance, yet this shine is not always easy to achieve. In addition to purchasing the right cleaning products, there is a process to give the metal on your car a brilliant shine. Here are some tips and information facts on metal polishing for your vehicle, depending on the type of metal you’re polishing.
Chrome: This metal type holds a polish better than most others and is one of the most common types of metal found on cars and motorcycles. It is tarnish-resistant and is really only impacted by rust, which can occur after exposure to moisture over time. When there is heavy rust, the only two options are to polish or re-chrome. Depending on the part, re-chroming can be expensive, but polishing chrome doesn’t take much time at all and is fairly simple with the right polish. Look for one that is specific to cleaning chrome and keep in mind that just a bit of polish goes a long way, so use the polish sparingly for best results.
Tire technology is at an all-time high and the quality of rims keeps getting better. Great tires can do wonders even for an average car. Just because a tire fits on a particular rim does not mean it is compatible. Tire sidewall strength, the rim lip and tire bead type (the seal between tire and rim) and load ratings are a few factors that affect compatibility.
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