BUY IT! Only two bucks, just add elbow grease, and you get a lustrous shine that'll blind everyone on their fancy-pants dull-a$$ carbon frames!
I think "fancy-pants" is my favourite adjective.
Originally Posted by Bikeforums
I liked dull as$ carbon frames. . .
Can I use this stuff on the derauilleurs,crank arms, brake levers, brake calipers, pedals? It may sound funny but what I've used in the past to shine all the alloy parts has been Aluminum Mag polish and some soft polishing pads.Originally Posted by el twe
Wrights Silver Cream works well on aluminum alloy parts that are nonbrushed/polishable. Just use a lightly dampened cloth and start rubbing.
Having a flat tire as part of the total cycling experience is highly overrated. Knowing how to fix one quickly is not.
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