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Post  augustcr on Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:43 pm

SUBJECT: MY BELOVED 2001 DODGE with diamond tread aluminum rails, tailgate, and extra large tool box......lots of sq ft of diamond tread. I have buffed it for hours with a cordless drill, wool bonnet. and Mother's polish to some success....it doesnt shine like new nor does it last however. THERE MUST BE A BETTER WAY.

Please tell me the exact products to order incl washes, abrasives and what kind of bonnets to use. I have cordless drills, and a wax master non directional buffer. If there is a better, faster power tool to use please mention that as well...I'll but it. I would like to make one order AND YOU CAN MAKE A LOYAL CUSTOMER....I HAVE SEVERAL FRIENDS ASKING SAME.. THANK YOU, AUGUST IN AUSTIN


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Post  BuschShineProducts on Thu Nov 18, 2010 7:55 am

a high shine polish will not cut through the oxidation and surface imperfections on diamond plate. thus, you will never see the luster it had when new. We suggest using our 6" airway kit, which contains a 6" yellow airway and a small Tripoli compound for step one, and a 6" medium white airway and our Busch Super Shine polish as step two. The Tripoli compound is the key, as this will give you more cut and bring the surface back to the smooth finish it once was. You can look at our Buffing Information section on the site and there is a step by step procedure shown for the 6" airway kit.

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