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10mm Auto
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What should I use as a polishing compound for this? Lowe's only has Brasso.. but maybe I could find something else at Do It Best..
 

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Hmm can't find any of that at Lowe's or Do it Best... any ideas where I can find it locally? I'm not paying $10 bucks online for shipping, etc..
 

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MacGyver
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auto parts store- metal polish compound

any will do- all the same.

Dremel type tool with felt buffer tip-- 2 min , you're done.
 

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Hmm can't find any of that at Lowe's or Do it Best... any ideas where I can find it locally? I'm not paying $10 bucks online for shipping, etc..
like a previous poster stated, auto or moto shop.
 

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Mike November
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Walmart had the the Mothers Mag and Aluminum polish red and white tin can. Works pretty good.
 

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Yep! Thanks! I called Auto Zone and they have it in stock.
 

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I hit all the edges with a fine wet/dry sandpaper then polish with turtle wax fine polishing compund to brake all the imperfections down, final follow up for a mirror polish with flitz.
 

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Yeah I was thinking about using some 1200grit sand paper on some of the edges to smooth them out a little bit and then finishing with the polish
 

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does anyone have a link to a "how to" or instructions for taking apart the trigger assy? i would REALLY like to polish the guts of my glock! thanks
 
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