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My micron carbon fiber can had that goldish discoloratiion caused by heat around the mouth or exhaust tail.I used a little Mothers alum mag cleaner with000 fine steelwool and good as new..no discoloration!
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I have a Micron Titanium System. Have you heard what I should use to clean the ti?
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I found some stuff at Checker called Never Dull by Eagle One. So far I can't find anything that it won't clean.

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is it an abrasive?
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It's a wading, just pull out a little piece and use it. I've used it painted surfaces and had no problem, but I used caution.

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Ide have to ask the same question, I have a REMUS Ti can and looking for way get finger prints off. Come on guys help us out here>
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Keep the rubber side down!!
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I use Eagle One Never Dull on everything shiny! its great stuff!
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I use Eagle One Never Dull on everything shiny! its great stuff!
Ti. can is'nt shinny it's a semi polished.

Keep the rubber side down!!
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Re: cleaning exhaust can

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Ide have to ask the same question, I have a REMUS Ti can and looking for way get finger prints off. Come on guys help us out here>
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Did you rub it down with "rubbing alcohol" after you installed it? If not, the finger prints are likely burned into the can. You may want to wash the can, dry it, then apply rubbing alcohol. This should dissolve the oils of the finger prints if they are not permanently burned into the can.

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