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I have no idea why I got tons of chips on my magic rims....
is there a way to remove them instead of taking them to the shop??

Or at least make them look cleaner......
 

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are you sure potpie???
wht grid you talking about?

no offense but I will hesitate regarding all your j/k posts..........
 

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WD-40 and 1500 grit sand paper

I went to a wheel place to fix a damaged area on my 17"x8" Centerline Billet Aluminum rims on my EX truck, and he told me to use WD-40 and 1500 grit sandpaper to smooth things out. It worked great!!! It does take a while but it is worth it, and when u are done u couldnt tell anything ever happened:thumbup: This was on polished aluminum wheels this would not work if the lip was painted.
 
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