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Napoleon BBQ with Opti Guard

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Well i finally had the chance to do a quick clean up on the BBQ. I had a couple of replacement parts to change out (ignitor and new flavourizer bars), and as promised, i hit the lid with OG.

 

here are some pics..

 

Dirty...

 

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I cleaned with Optimum Power Clean at 3:1 and a scrub brush. After Opti Clean;

 

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First Polish step was with Optimum Polish II on my makita rotary with a LC hybrotech orange pad...i probably should have tried a compound, but i was nervous not knowing how the paint would react...im guessing the paint is a baked enamel on the lid, but i have no idea.

 

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Step 2 polish...Menz SF4500 on the rotary with a LC hydro tech crimson...fished product

 

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i even used the Power Clean on the inside to get the grime...worked pretty good!

 

Jeff

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