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Anyone used autoglym polish for the tailpipes!!

Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by Av4nt, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. Av4nt
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    Stuff works a treat!

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    Quite a big difference, i Might try some of that myself :)
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    my mate used autosol with good results but i used meguires and its just as good.
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    I do a lot of metal polishing as I have several classic British bikes and Autosol is the only metal polish I use. On really grubby tail pipes I use really fine wire wool and Autosol to get the **** off the just a microfibre cloth and Autosol to polish up.
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    I haven't used it before but safe to say I will do now lol
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    autosol will probably beat all the rest for this purpose.
    ill 2nd that.
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    I tried the Autosol method once and it worked a treat. After about a week the pipes were black again. :keule:
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    i bet your car was a diesel. diesels have very dirty engines and loads of sh!t comes out of the exhaust.
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    Correct :o.k:
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