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Old March 9, 2008, 03:11 PM
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Originally Posted by frosty View Post
so the smoother the better or the shinnyer (if thats a word) the better.... I used to polish wheel covers at work when I worked in the Polish Room...... this stuff is redally avaliable to me without cost..... but is it just a matter of being smooth and flat? Guess I could give it a chrome polish finish.... exactly like a mirror......
NO, not at all. From what I have been told here and read a polished surface is not what you are after. The thermal paste may not do its job very well either on a mirror finish. achieving a virtually flat surface is what you are after, flatter the better.

As someone mentioned to me , the shine factor is only for the ego, not for performance.
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