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About the rust in the silver coated part of the bike

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i am having avenger oil cooled 200 cc bike and the problem which i faces is that the silver coated part of my bike is being rusted ,,, how can i stop it plz sugg

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Use Mothers Chrome Polish to get the Rust back down to the Tiny Speck that Started it and Use Clear Finger Nail Polish on the Tiny Spots that cause the Rust and it will stop it. You will need to Replace the Nail Polish every Now and then. Please Rate My Response! Thanks!

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