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F.U.B.A.R
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There's a product called blue job it works great on bluing my last bike had chrome pipes and it would take the blue right out
 

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Save your cash, I have used Blue Job and yes it will remove the blue but it will not make it look like fresh chrome. It also does nothing to prevent the blueing, it will be discolored in a weeks time.
 

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sammy said:
Save your cash, I have used Blue Job and yes it will remove the blue but it will not make it look like fresh chrome. It also does nothing to prevent the blueing, it will be discolored in a weeks time.
It will look close to new, sorry, and has for saving cash I think it was like 10 bucks
 

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Dick said:
It will look close to new, sorry, and has for saving cash I think it was like 10 bucks
I agree 10 bucks isn't a whole lot, but to waste it on snake oil is silly. I sent my exhaust out to jet-hot and got it ceramic coated. Now I don't have to screw around with stuff like Blue Job, and I don't have to see that ugly blue reflection on the engine chrome.

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