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Old 03-04-2009, 12:58 AM
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Polish speaker cone

does anyone know of any kinda product i can use to polish polyprop cones. i have 2 subs one looks shiny/wet and the other is faded. i want to make them match
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Old 03-04-2009, 04:47 AM
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I read this topic and immediately thought "Speaker cones from Poland? Now THAT is getting pretty specific."

Sadly I was wrong. Worse I can't even answer your question. Sorry man.
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Old 03-04-2009, 05:00 AM
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my best guess would be laquer/clear coat.... not neccisarly polishing but would give that wet new look again
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Originally Posted by BLAZINLOW View Post
does anyone know of any kinda product i can use to polish polyprop cones. i have 2 subs one looks shiny/wet and the other is faded. i want to make them match
I've used Armorall. works pretty good.
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My fiancee is Polish. If they do make speaker cones, I'd venture a guess that they sound loud and obnoxious, then when you try to fix them, they're just too damn stubborn and won't sound any better.

I love my wife-to-be. lol

Is the surface you want to clean a type of plastic? If so, Armor-all should do the trick, like was already mentioned.
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LMFAO TragicMagic
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yes its a polypropylene cone similar to a old jl
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armor all worked like a champ. thx
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Old 03-05-2009, 11:58 AM
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I don't kow if that was a good idea. Armor all has been known to "dry out" many kinds of plastics on cars. It can also weaken any glued joints. (think surrounds)
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