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Windshield Frame Polishing

Started by december2020, November 14, 2020, 05:09:12 PM

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december2020

I will soon be removing the windshield frame to replace the rubber between the frame and body and the pillars.
I'm thinking I would like to polish the windshield frame. Has anybody done that. The frame has kind of a dull finish. Does the aluminum frame have some kind of protective coating on it.

Glenn Salzman

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I had my frame polished and they look great like that, There is an anodize coating on the frame and once you polish it to keep it looking nice you'll have to continue to polish it... I ended up changing it out when I found a frame that had been chromed..
Chris Brinkman
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