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  1. Sundalo

    Sundalo Oakley Expert

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    Was trying to get the black mark off my xmxx by washing it with soap, using cleaning cloth and my dremel with the cotton wheel but couldn't get the black marks off. Gave up then I remembered that I have a Brasso metal polish. Was really amazed by how it "cleaned" up my pair a bit.
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    Been Messing Around With Brasso - 2i7adfm.jpg

    After:
    Been Messing Around With Brasso - 331pyfm.jpg

    Still has a long way to go to get to look brand new, but really happy about the results
     
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  2. JBK

    JBK Oakley Beginner

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    be careful, they have a matte finish and every time you use that your making it more polished.
     
  3. mopiko

    mopiko Oakley Enthusiast

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    any final results?
     
  4. Sundalo

    Sundalo Oakley Expert

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    I stopped after I didn't see the black mark(xmetal?) disappear.
     
  5. mopiko

    mopiko Oakley Enthusiast

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    oH
    ah i see, i guess its best to send it to Xman to have the plasma blasted.
     
  6. GH4AU

    GH4AU Carbon Fanatic Premium Member

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    That stuff does work pretty good. I Brasso'd a pair of my Penny's recently and I must say they do look a good bit better than before.