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    NEVR-DUL!!!!!! I'm buying a case of the stuff tomorrow!

    No, a skid! Yes!

    The PO of my bike did a good job keeping it clean and not fV(king it up. Minor, simple, clean mods, no abuse. It's GREAT!

    But now it's friggin' AWESOME! This stuff is like an abrasive cotton that is soaked in a solution to help it polish. My headlight was shinny before, but now it's like SHAZAM!!!! lol

    But the crappy part is I was in my garage and none of my pics came out. :/ Pure FAIL! Sorry.

    I might ride it to work tomorrow! Pics should come out better then.

    Anyways, call 'your guy' and have him do 'his thing' with 'your money' and it's all good.



    ***EDIT - as Vinish will point out farther down, this product is a metal polish, NOT for use on paint! Thanks Vinish!***
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    We used that stuff to shine brass when I was in the Marines back in the 90's. It really does work well.

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    Just a warning to those reading this thread. The Nevr-Dull would appear to be a metal polishing material so not suitable for use on painted surfaces.

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    It is pretty great stuff. Can be bought at Lowe's and elsewhere. Like Jim said, directions are vital, watch where you use it.

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    I seem to remember that stuff back in the 60's

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    My wife told me about it. She used it for polishing brass, silver, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinish View Post
    Just a warning to those reading this thread. The Nevr-Dull would appear to be a metal polishing material so not suitable for use on painted surfaces.
    Also not recommended for plasti-chrome parts...Such as the headlight shell....

    I prefer this for polishing metal.....Polish and sealer...


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    It sounds like Mr Clean Magic Eraser - which is also abrasive.

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    I've used Never Dull for 45 years (only been riding for 46), great stuff for chrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bassdude404 View Post
    Also not recommended for plasti-chrome parts...Such as the headlight shell....
    It doesn't say that specifically on the tin I have. The only "not" mention on the tin is "Do not use on lacquered surfaces", but I don't believe that plasti-chrome would be considered a lacquer process. Best of my knowledge is that those parts are electrostatically plated, but maybe that's changed, too.

    For reference I used it in my headlight bezel and the 4 "head covers" and there's no sign of scratches anywhere ... thankfully.

    If anyone HAS had problems in the past please DO share. I do my best to keep an open mind, especially when experience speaks.


    Anyways, just wanted to share and "make a funny". *shrug*

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