Use jewelers rouge and a buffing wheel. It might not get all of the shoe-rub off, but it will make those cranks come ALIVE! On a French note. Grant Handley gave me a tip that I tried. I took an old pair of MAFAC Dural Forge's and had the hardware chromed. After polishing the rest with rouge, I assembled them and put them on my '67 PX. There isn't one bike nut that doesn't notice my brakes. Even non-bike nuts stand at attention. Trying something different from time to time keeps our hobby fresh.
>What is Blue Magic?
>Does anybody recommend or not recommend striping the anodizing from NR
>cranks? I've got a
>pair with shoe rub that I'd like to get rid of.
> >From: RALEIGH531@aol.com
> >Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 21:39:13 EST
> >I use Blue Magic even on the anodized parts. Gets it clean as it's going
> >You can't use abrasives on anodized parts unless you want to cut through
> >anodizing and actually polish the piece.
> >I also wax everything I've polished.