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stevegto442
    
How do I stop early stages of oxidation?
I have a pristine 86 honda in show room condition but it is starting to give out early signs of oxidation. What do I do?
posted: October 13, 2008
 
    
 
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jbostruck
    
I use TurtleWax Polishing compound and scratch remover. It is a thin paste you rub on and wipe off before it drys. It will only remove light scratches and scuffs. I would not recommend using a power buffer, elbow grease.

Good Luck,

Scott
posted:  October 15, 2008
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