[DML] Re: not-so-stainless steel :(
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[DML] Re: not-so-stainless steel :(



Uuuuugh!  Does no one review the archives for previously mentioned items regarding the 
care and finish of stainless steel.
Believe it or not after doing a search for cleaning I came up with the following posts 
regarding how to clean and regrain your stainless steel body panels on your DeLorean. 
Some messages have a title that don't use any of the words to describe what they are 
looking for.
Please title your post appropriately.
Message number
70749  Body Care
70744  Body Care
69458  Whats the best way to wash the DMC?
65773  Cleaning the Stainless Steel.
65628  Re: Belt Sander on Stainless?
63171  Cleaning
63138  Cleaning and Polishing of D.
63019  Cleaning and Polishing of D.
57101  stainless regraining
55609  stainless cleaner
54103  OK, I really screwed up.
54068  OK, I really screwed up.
50073  want to regrain the stainless.
49550  Not so stainless?? HELP!
49272  Cleaning
48352  Armor All on Stainless
45029  Scotch Brite Pads.
44111  car cleaning
42330  Re: sandpaper
40305  Cleaning the stainless steel body.
39747  Cleaning stainless
39325  Best Car Cleaning Method
39226  Re: What is BEST cleaning method for stainless?
31449  Stainless Steel Cleaning
23075  Stainless Cleaner NOT!
19480  Cleaning DeLoreans
16458  Cleaning your car using "Scotch Brite" pads.
9487   Re: Stainless Cleaner
6195   Cleaning burnt stainless panel
6038   Stainless Steel Polish
1882   Re: Stainless Steel Body


Mark R. Vanyo.
'Living the Dream'
http://autos.groups.yahoo.com/group/dmcnews/
http://www.dmctalk.com/
http://www.dmchelp.com/


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Farrar Hudkins <fhudkins@...> wrote:

Hey, gang.

My car went uncovered for a few days and now I have a few spots on my 
passenger door that look like rust. Knowing that stainless CAN corrode 
given the proper stimulant, I'm looking for something readily available 
to clean this and a protector to put on in the meantime. A friend of 
mine suggested "Peek" which he says is guaranteed non-abrasive (he uses 
it to restore old saxophones) and available at any "good" hardware 
store. (He's a Lowe's fan, so I think that means "available at 
Lowe's"... LOL)

What do you guys think -- Peek or no Peek? If not, I'm open to 
recommendations -- but I don't want to wait for something to come in the 
mail; I want to get it tonight or tomorrow and nip this in the bud 
before my door is rusted!

Thanks,
Farrar Hudkins
#2613



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