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02-02-2012, 03:58 PM
So, my Super Speed and Slim arrived today, while both are still in good condition I want to make them "perfect". So I read around and I picked up some Maas a few days ago and thought I was good to go...Only to find out I am all out of scrubbing bubbles. Any other common household cleaners safe?
Also, anyone tried "magic-bling" I have some for other reasons. States it is safe on jewelry and such; Here is the site (if I am not allowed to post links I apologize);
02-02-2012, 04:02 PM
Alex, you are not allowed to post live auction links. This one is ok. I would just use scrubbing bubbles and a toothbrush to clean it up, then a little Maas polish (gently polish).....im not sure of the other product you just linked
All of our products are environmentally safe. They contain no acid, ammonia, or abrasive.
Magic Bling and its creators are proud believers and supporters of the green initiative.
Cleans gold, silver, brass, platinum, stainless steel, nickel, chrome. Also, is safe on precious and semi-precious stones; diamonds, sapphires, rubies, turquoise, onyx, and even pearls and
8-oz with Extreme Polish kit $44.99
1- 8 oz Magic Bling spray bottle
1- 6 oz Star Glow Extreme metal polish
02-02-2012, 04:10 PM
Yeah I may try it on a part of the metal. Might be on to something new...Also newb question here. Is 1 the least aggressive session on the Slim?
02-02-2012, 04:16 PM
Yeah I may try it on a part of the metal. Might be on to something new...Also newb question here. Is 1 the least aggressive session on the Slim?Yes, # 9 is most aggressive. I keep mine on 5-6 all the time.
Go West Young Man
02-02-2012, 04:42 PM
As long as there's no bleach in it, any general household cleaning product should be safe to use, with the provisos "in small amounts" and "don't leave it to soak".
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