Sorry I should have been more specific, a sub 15v cordless drill.gbb said:I'm watching this post with interest...got a few less than perfect looking bits to either replace or clean up on the Raleigh Clubman
Ive got a mental picture now of it all....thats 3 hours done with metal polish an a lecky screwdriver..only another 14 hours to go
Mickle, am i to assume you apply the polish to the cloth / pad, which is attached to a battery screwdriver.
At first i thought you meant an electricians screwdriver...i thought...'what' hows that going to work then
Dagnabit.....i brought the wife one the other week.... but chose the smaller version...ive got visions of her coming in to see me with half a chainset hanging out of it, and a sheepish look on my face....errr, errrr, you'll laugh when i tell you darlingpapercorn2000 said:If you have access to an Ultrasonic bath, don't let them know that you are using it!
Had many a happy time doing a Linford sprint to the nearest tap to wash it off (using cold water only of course)linfordlunchbox said:For high polish finish, use Autosol, and buff with a cotton based cloth then re laquer.
Caustic soda is what the Aluminium Extruders use for dissolving the ally in the press tooling, needs to be warm, and is very very dangerous to be around
|chain broken, could it be the result of cleaning method?||Bicycle Mechanics & Repairs||40|
|Any of you machine or hand washed 'dry clean only' clothes?||CC Cafe - General Chat||70|
|A||Matt paint finish and cleaning||General Cycling Discussions||20|