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Time to make a donation to the community here.
Awhile ago my brother gave me a bottle of this metal polish called White Diamond. He drives a cement truck and has to use this stuff on his trucks wheels, bumpers, ect every night. It actually sat around in my garage for awhile since I had no use for it with my old Redline, as everything was already well polished. Well time has passed and I have traded off the Redline for my Acura.

Last weekend was the first time I since owning the car that I have been able to spend the day getting to know every panel and crease of the car with a very extensive cleaning and waxing. I noticed how aweful the exhaust tips looked so it seemed like a perfect candidate for the polish. I applied 2 coats to the first tip and was blown away at the difference it made.

I was so impressed, I had to take a before and after picture of the 2nd tip. The truth is in the below pictures, this product works wonders.

Its a very quick and easy process. You have to shake it very well and often while using it. I put a drop the size of a nickel on a microfiber cloth, spread it on and then let it sit for a minute until it turned a grey color, then used another cloth to wipe it off. After 2 coats, the tips looked brand new.

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I give the polish 5 out of 5 stars.

Its a commercial grade product, so its not cheap($15 for a 12 oz. bottle) but its well worth it and it will last a long time.

You can purchase it here...
White Diamond Polish Online Store

Hope this helps someone else out. :)
 

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haha yea.. nice find man.
 

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Hey thanks for the tip bro...my right exhaust tip looks like you dirty one as well.. I must get this stuff and try it out...love how clean yours looks now!
 
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I actually bought Eagle One's Metal Polish and my tips look brand new now. I would assume White Diamond does just as good as a job.
 

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Just read the directions of whatever cleaning agent you're using and apply it to the inside of the tips properly. I love the look of clean tips but they do get dirty too fast :( lol
 
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