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Old 02-12-2013, 07:01 PM   #1
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What can I use to clean and shine up the daisy vents and legs of my grill. The structure is fine but they are very dingy.
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Old 02-12-2013, 07:36 PM   #2
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Never tried it. Actually never cared really but if I did I'd prolly spiffy them up with some fine steel wool.... Cheers!!!
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Fine (000) steel wool will work, or some fine-cut car polish.

I use my polisher and some Meguiar's fine cut polish on my kettles. On the legs, I can use the same polish with a damp towel.

The bottom triangle can be sanded and painted.

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Dyamn Dog. That Redhead's a beaut! Shows real pride! Cheers!!!
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Dyamn Dog. That Redhead's a beaut! Shows real pride! Cheers!!!
Agreed. She's a beauty.
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Fine (000) steel wool will work, or some fine-cut car polish.

I use my polisher and some Meguiar's fine cut polish on my kettles. On the legs, I can use the same polish with a damp towel.

The bottom triangle can be sanded and painted.

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I used 000 steel wool. I have seen pictures of vent wheels polished with Mothers Mag and Aluminum polish. They look incredibly shiny! I plan to hit Oreilly's auto parts to buy some ASAP.
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