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      01-16-2013, 04:15 PM   #1
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M Performance Exhaust Pipes.

For those of you who have the M Performance Exhaust, have you figured out a way to keep the pipes clean and shiny? As soon as I wash the car the pipes are dull within a day.
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For those of you who have the M Performance Exhaust, have you figured out a way to keep the pipes clean and shiny? As soon as I wash the car the pipes are dull within a day.
It drives me nuts!!

I can't even get them clean...tempted to try a stainless steel kitchen appliance cleaner I use for my appliances...

Otherwise shit out of luck...the M on the etched logo is so dirty!
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When my dealer installed mine they left the pipes a bit short of extending out so I cant even see my M etched logo
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Have you tried Mother's power ball? I had great results using that in the past for all my chrome and stainless stuff.
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I decided to try NeverDull. I used it on Saturday and the pipes are still shiny . . . .
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would opti-coat hold up to the heat? might be worth checking into (when i am not at work :X)
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