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CountBasey Silver Member Thomas Basey
Brunswick, OH, USA   USA
1976 MG Midget 1500 "Opus"
Jeff,

I'll have to try the 3M Finesse stuff you mentioned - I'm amazed at the change. Good tip.

(I will be a little more cautious than you however... it appears that stuff dissolves engines if you're not careful.)



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Homerr Jeff Kogut
Seattle, WA, USA   USA
1966 MG Midget MkII "Sold!"
1970 MG Midget MkIII "Midget On A Spit"
1971 MG Midget MkIII "The Donor"
1973 Triumph TR6    & more
Ha! And don't use it on cash either.

I'm sure other polishing compounds would work well too. The Finesse It 2 that I have is actually a now 25 year old bottle that I got from the guy that painted a car I had and suggested it back then. Luckily it still worked as good now as then.

Sunday I'm going to be working in the garage, I'll see if I can do a before and after comparison of the GoodGuys stuff too.

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CountBasey Silver Member Thomas Basey
Brunswick, OH, USA   USA
1976 MG Midget 1500 "Opus"
Weather out here in Ohio averaged around 40-50 degrees this week, and next week looks similar. If the forecast for the last week in March is the same, I might actually pull the MG out of it's storage position and start my spring projects. I have to wait until I'm confident the snow is gone because the daily driver will be outside at that point. I hate scraping ice at 6am when I leave for work.



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