For a winter project, sitting in front of the TV, why not give that SS revolver a great polished look. Use MOTHERS MAG AND ALUMINUM POLISH. Works great and you can make your gun look like nickle.
+1 on this. Wenol is THE stuff. I can also highly recommend Flitz metal polish; works great, and easier to find.Wenol is another metal polish that truly works like magic. Pricy and kinda hard to find. I bought some to polish the stainless trim on my 70 Roadrunner. I had to buff off a little rust on my Super Redhawk, under where the Houge grip was that I installed 23 years ago, and it really shines under there.
I found on my S&W 686 that once it shines to your liking, it's a matter of a quick touch up after lots of shooting when the muzzle and cylinder take on some discoloration. I'm in the process of polishing my SP 101 now-it's starting to look great !How long does it last? Do you have to keep doing it or is it permanent? Just rub the polish with a microfiber towel?
Needle files to start, followed by various grits of sandpaper to make it all blend in, and then polish with Flitz or Mothers.Hey 'BRL' How did you get rid of the warning label on that SP? Did you use a dremel? Surely not just sand paper - that would take ages!
Oh o.k, needle files eh? Good to know, thanks for that That's one more thing added to the list of mods I will be doing when my GP arrives!Needle files to start, followed by various grits of sandpaper to make it all blend in, and then polish with Flitz or Mothers.
Me and power tools don't mix well when it comes to most gun mods.