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  1. Jan 18, 2008, 3:22 PM - r-n-b? #1

    I read it is found at Michaels and I assume its a wax type for a shine on the bucket. Can someone tell me what the actual name is so I can pick some up this weekend? Thanks Jason
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    Jan 18, 2008, 3:23 PM - Re: r-n-b? #2

    Rub N Buff.

    I'm not a Jango guy, so I'll let them tell you what EXACT type you need.
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    Jan 18, 2008, 3:47 PM - Re: r-n-b? #3

    silver leaf
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    Jan 18, 2008, 3:54 PM - Re: r-n-b? #4

    Quote Jango 5204 said: View Post
    silver leaf
    Oh ****... anyone know how I can get this gold leaf off my bucket? Or maybe... maybe no one will notice?
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    Jan 18, 2008, 3:59 PM - Re: r-n-b? #5

    Quote Florida_Phil said: View Post
    Oh ****... anyone know how I can get this gold leaf off my bucket? Or maybe... maybe no one will notice?

    Well, your going to have to wet sand it all off. Ive never seen the gold leaf, but I can imagine that there is a significant color difference. Just wet sand it until you see the original primer color before hand.

    -tubachris
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    Jan 18, 2008, 4:14 PM - Re: r-n-b? #6

    Quote Florida_Phil said: View Post
    Oh ****... anyone know how I can get this gold leaf off my bucket? Or maybe... maybe no one will notice?
    I can only hope that is a joke.

    Anywho, the actual name of it is called Rub N Buff, the color is silver leaf, it can be found at Michaels (an arts and crafts store)
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    Jan 18, 2008, 5:23 PM - Re: r-n-b? #7

    If you have got the gold leaf on your helmet you will definitely need to sand it off and possibly re-primer your helmet, when using rub n buff the surface needs to be super smooth like glass smooth for the best results, so primer it, then sand with varying grades of wet and dry until it is super smooth, then apply the rub n buff, good luck
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    Jan 18, 2008, 5:52 PM - Re: r-n-b? #8

    Quote Florida_Phil said: View Post
    Oh ****... anyone know how I can get this gold leaf off my bucket? Or maybe... maybe no one will notice?
    hahahahaha

    You're a riot :P

    you can totally let me take it from you next time I am in town. I'll dremel off the leaf for you hehehe.
  9. Jan 18, 2008, 6:19 PM - Re: r-n-b? #9

    thanks for the input hunters