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BlkCelicaGT07
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BlkCelicaGT07

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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(818) Porter Ranch, CA
Sep 15, 4:56pm - #276096 
just got my AEM cai in...and i cant keep it clean!

[email]fu@k[/email] im pissed, i got the polished AEM and its already got like all this [email]sh@t[/email] on it and i don't know how to get it off!!!! . . . any sugestions my fellow AEM people???

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spaztikid
dikitzaps
spaztikid
dikitzaps
1974 Toyota Celica

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LA
Sep 15, 5:02pm - #276097 
get some polish

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SquadOne
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SquadOne
2001 Black Toyota Celica
USJDM
2001 Toyota Celica

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Cali
Sep 15, 6:08pm - #276098 
Originally Posted by spaztikid
get some polish


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falkkor
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falkkor

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2000 Toyota Celica

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Lompoc, CA (805)
Sep 15, 7:27pm - #276099 
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Clos
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Clos
2000 Spectra Blue Toyota Celica
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2000 Toyota Celica

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Alexandria, VA
Sep 15, 7:30pm - #276100 
windex works

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RookieGTS
Boobie Vision
RookieGTS

Boobie Vision
2000 Toyota Celica

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925 Nor Cal
Sep 16, 12:23am - #276101 
yeah man simple cleaner would work..

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GOLDCELICA
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GOLDCELICA

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San Diego
Sep 16, 3:57am - #276102 
Try brasso. I use it all the time with a terry clothe. Doesn't mess up the polish and makes it look like brand new. If you want a bling bling heat up the pipe with a lighter or put it near a heatfan. While it's warm buff and polish the liquid brasso on the pipe. You see all the blemishes wipe away before your eyes the more and more you buff. Buff with a mild pressure don't scrub as if your scratching. That won't build up the liquid. When the liquid builds up enough the rag turns a dark black like shoe polish. Use another clean terry cloth and do a final buff to get the brasso residue off. I'd buff my polish pieces for like 10-20 minutes at the most. Always turns out lookin'like new.

Mothers metal polish is great stuff too. Takes out some pretty deep scratches.


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