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I have a stock gen2 exhaust system I plan on using for a winter project. It is in perfect shape but has formed surface rust here and there. What's the best way to clean it up? I thought about sand blasting but I wouldn't know where to take it, it's too big to fit in those relatively small units.
 

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What about a scotch pad, or the ones made by 3M. They clean up aluminized pipe nice, but I would not use them on anything polished unless you want that brushed look.
 

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95Viper said:
OK, I know this is a lame question but I want a freakin answer.
I'd just use a metal brush, kinda like one they use on bbq grills etc. Should do the trick. If you care that much, they make high heat rustoleum, just spray that shit right on the rust and it should take the heat.
 

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dont wire brush it geesh.

klean strip rust remover jelly (some call it navel jelly??) first then mothers billet metal polish is the best combo. it'll look better than new.
 

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Thanks guys...Passin Gas, I bought two of the green 3M pads over the weekend and I'm getting the jelly V10Mojo said. I'll let you know if I need more help with the other pads.
 
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