I think there was a similar thread to this not long ago - someone suggested a buffing wheel as a quick and easy way to polish it nicely.
Found it - http://www.bikeforums.net/showthread...light=titanium
As the name suggests it does also include advice on achieving a brushed finish, but hopefully you'll find something useful to you
Ti is polished in the same way as any base metal. You'll need a few polishing compounds and a few rag wheels and felt buffs.
The compounds I'd use would be tripoli to start and white rouge to raise the gloss and finish off.
You can use a large rag wheel to get the open areas of the frame but you'll need small felt buffs mounted in a dye grinder or Dremel tool to get into the
small confined areas.
It's a lot of work to make it look right.
Originally Posted by radshark
I currently have a Ti frame. I was thinking of polishing the frame.
How are these frames typically polished by framebuilders?
Is there a specific type of cloth that can be used to polish the frame?