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Old 05-01-2009, 03:40 PM   #1
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Keg polishing idea - Cameo? - what's yours?

I recently made an attempt to polish the outside of my corny kegs to give them a quick makeover. They had some left over old sticker adhesive, black marks, and misc gunk on them.

I gave them a good scrub with a yellow kithcen scrubbie and some "Cameo" steel pot/aluminum cleaner.
Church & Dwight - Cameo<sup>®</sup> Copper, Brass & Porcelain Cleaner

This worked really well, and gave them a nice easy clean up. I still have some sticker goo on some, I may try to get it off with "goof off" or "goo gone". Then I may re scrub them again with Cameo for a final makeover transformation.

My main goal is to make thme look as nice as possible for a pro look in my glass door front JC fridge and kegorator.

What are some other alternatives that may give me a better results? Steel wool? B-brite? PBX? Oxy clean? I want them shiny clean if possible, please share any other options or experience you may have. Thanks.

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Old 05-02-2009, 02:47 PM   #2
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I thought mine were a lost cause - i scrubbed them down with scotch brite pads and some spray-on stainless cleaner, and absolutely nothing happened. Maybe I'll look for cameo.

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I would look to like eastwoodco.com for a drill or grinder mounted stripping disc (think scotchbrite pad on a drill)... they've got complete "sanding/cleaning/polishing" kits too...

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