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    MOTHER'S MEDAL POLISH

    OMG! I just tried it yesterday, WOW! My rims were in ok condition..... BUT after applying a couple of coats of this Mother's medal paste wax, my front rims NOW shine proudly

    I'm a clean freak, as you may have read, I never take my trike out w/o washing/waxing the shi# out of it.....BUT now that I have used this Mother's medal polish, I'm totally impressed!

    Before "Mother's polish...................

    After " Mother's polish .................

    Ronnie

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    I was hoping to see some pics! I have been thinking of using Mother's on my forks. Any advice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnerboy View Post
    MOTHER'S MEDAL POLISH

    OMG! I just tried it yesterday, WOW! My rims were in ok condition..... BUT after applying a couple of coats of this Mother's medal paste wax, my front rims NOW shine proudly

    I'm a clean freak, as you may have read, I never take my trike out w/o washing/waxing the shi# out of it.....BUT now that I have used this Mother's medal polish, I'm totally impressed!

    Before "Mother's polish...................

    After " Mother's polish .................

    Ronnie
    You are referring to the Mother's Mag Polish, correct?
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    Ronnie, can you post a pic of the rim, and the product? I have problem posting a pic here, if you having a prob, just email me a pic the product and the finished rim, bikerbillwms@yahoo.com.

    Thanks. Bill

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    Like Paws always tells me ... without pics it didn't happen ...

    Besides ... Fat Bottom Girls like shinny rims too ... even if their riders are basically more into riding than cleaning ... ... LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDO View Post
    You are referring to the Mother's Mag Polish, correct?
    Yes! "Thanks" for the correction



    OMG This stuff rocks! My front rim shines now....LQQKs like I chromed it...........

    O' I don't work or have any affiliation with this company! ( even though I've been called a mother fuc***) in my days.......lol

    Ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpawj View Post
    I was hoping to see some pics! I have been thinking of using Mother's on my forks. Any advice?
    NO clue how to post a picture???? But if you like your rims to look like chrome, then try this "Mother's mag polish".... WOW!

    Ronnie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burnerboy View Post
    NO clue how to post a picture???? But if you like your rims to look like chrome, then try this "Mother's mag polish".... WOW!

    Ronnie
    There is a sticky at the front of most forums on "How to post a picture"

    It's not hard to do.
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    I swear by that stuff.

    It's like magic in a jar when it comes to our rear wheels .

    I've seen some NASTY rear wheels out here.

    If some asks me how i keep my wheels so nice an shiny I show them the jar.

    I've always tried my best to keep my bike clean and looking good.

    I've had 8 or 9 of these Bikes and everyone was cleaned up after a ride.

    Hell if we stopped for gas I'd get out the spray wax and clean the faring off from the bugs or what ever was on it.

    My buddies always used to try to tease me about that. But That's just me and I keep my truck the same way

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