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The best I have found is Wenol polish, but any metal polish from the auto store will work fine on the exhaust tips.
Don't use anything abrasive, it is not needed.
 

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P21S Polishing Soap. It was so easy to use. I applied on pad, I rubbed it lightly on tips, rinsed it, and dried it to a nice polish.
 

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I use Semi Chrome polish. I seem to have a lot of it for some reason. A Scott shop towel with some alcohol will remove the carbon easily.
 

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I read all the suggestions above and selected Mothers because I could find it right around the corner at my local Ace Hardware. No drama. It worked really well, and it is ultra inexpensive at around $8. This small container will last the life of my car as very little is needed to do the job. Just wipe on with a microfiber towel until the towel starts turning black. Wipe off with the clean side of the towel. Whoosh, perfect result.
 

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I read all the suggestions above and selected Mothers because I could find it right around the corner at my local Ace Hardware. No drama. It worked really well, and it is ultra inexpensive at around $8. This small container will last the life of my car as very little is needed to do the job. Just wipe on with a microfiber towel until the towel starts turning black. Wipe off with the clean side of the towel. Whoosh, perfect result.
Been using that one for years. It definitely gets the job done and you're right seems like its going to last forever.
 

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I use a can Borla sent along to me as a gift and it works fantastic. I really don't get a lot of soot build up anyhow, so it's mostly just to make it shine before meets and shows.
 

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Any know the Ford part number for the valance exhaust tips only (pic), not the valance and tips? Mine are badly stained and polishing is working to my satisfaction.

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You can definitely clean them up... if it's that stained you're going to have to go a bit more aggressive.

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Just an example of the above, it's going to take some elbow grease for sure. At this point, you're at a stage where you can destroy it and replace it so don't think twice about it just do your best to clean it up otherwise, you know you'll be purchasing another.
 

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Thanks. Good point re nothing to lose by a more aggressive product.

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Stumbled upon this looking for polish in my cabinet.

Seafoam makes a spray for removing carbon from carbs and intakes. It’s amazing, all you need for GT350 tips. Just spray it on a rag and clean away.

Sorry, just saw the sponges above this post.....that’s a terrible idea.
 

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I read all the suggestions above and selected Mothers because I could find it right around the corner at my local Ace Hardware. No drama. It worked really well, and it is ultra inexpensive at around $8. This small container will last the life of my car as very little is needed to do the job. Just wipe on with a microfiber towel until the towel starts turning black. Wipe off with the clean side of the towel. Whoosh, perfect result.
Also available at Advance Auto Parts. Works great.
 
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