Roger L. Elowitz
Fri, 14 Feb 1997 14:42:24 -0500
I loved your comments and info. Welcome to my club of.... all those hams
who have "truly lost it" but for want of anything better to do with their
lives, are given to polishing aluminum antenna elements. While I truly share
in you endeavors, I really doubt my own sanity in this matter. Yet, I have
to admit... they sure do look pretty when they're all shiny and the sun hits
them just right!
At 04:14 PM 2/13/97 +0000, you wrote:
>Have had good luck polishing up my aluminum verticals with Never-Dull
>Magic Wadding Polish. The can comes with polish saturated wadding
>material, wipe it on, wipe off the corrosion. Works on most
>metals, auto trim, silverware, cookware, brassware, marine hardware.
>Did not have to use abrasives. It does leave a film, however, if not
>thorough in the process. Once clean, just add Butter-Its-Not and
>reassemble the antenna. Works very well, quick, no muss, no fuss.
>Some extra elbow grease was needed for the darker corrosion stains.
>Nothing like the sparkle of a clean antenna at sunrise!
>de Ed, W0VC
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