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Mothers Power Metal Aluminum Polish and Mini Power Ball

Mother's works AMAZING!

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I think I just increased the value of these rims

And it makes the prostars almost look new!
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Looks good dude. I like it. I always thought that stuff was a waste of time.
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i personally still cant see forking up 30 bucks for that thing.. you can do the same with your hands and wheels dont take all too long to polish.. hehe
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i personally still cant see forking up 30 bucks for that thing.. you can do the same with your hands and wheels dont take all too long to polish.. hehe

They take a while, I just finished all 4 and the skidplate..

$19.98 for the ball, and $7.98 for the polish aint bad if I can get more when I sell them.. plus it beats doing hw.. summer school sucks


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I want to get one and try it on my Classic IIs. I'm lazy lol
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i personally still cant see forking up 30 bucks for that thing.. you can do the same with your hands and wheels dont take all too long to polish.. hehe
oh trust me, if you had rims that have no clearcoat, you would love it.

its such a pita, especially after the winter.
salt = bad.
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do you just hose the powerball down or do you have to buy a new one after using it on all 4
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Hose it down and squeeze it to get most of the junk off.. after Im done I soak it in soap and water, that gets off some more junk, but I can never get it completely clean..
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you did a good job on your wheels they look brand new
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Yeah I'm really gonna have to get one of these or my rims are never gonna be clean lol
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I've got the big one and the small one... Mine gets gummed up quick! But I love the thing!
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