One name says it all.
Polishing, powder coating, chrome plating, anodizing, custom fabrication (including Lathe, CNC/NC work), rebuilding, installment and so on.
Just showing that once its been polished, and cleaned by me, they then get a special chemical coating of my own creation to sorta seal the aluminum so good, that it will bead water off the polished finish.
The blower in this video has just been polished where I completely disassemble the blower prior to doing so. Because once its done, you want to give the main parts a very thorough cleaning to remove any and all buffing pad material and rubbing compound before its reassembled and used.
Why show water? Well, sometimes the engine bay does get a little wet, and just thought a visual of the sealer in action would be the best way to describe it and how it works so well.
What does this mean long term? Well, you wont be polishing it for quite some time once its been done as compared to other things that get polished and don't have a sealer put on it. Over time, the unsealed/protected aluminum will oxidize and tarnish giving the once had shiny polished finish a dull frosty appearance.
Email is the same, GR8racingfool@yahoo.com