How to Remove Exhaust Bluing?

Answer Exhaust bluing results from high temperature exposure. Exhaust gas temperatures can exceed 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit, and welding temperatures can exceed even this. When these high temperatures are ... Read More »

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How to Remove Bluing From Chrome Exhaust?

Intense heat causes an unattractive yellow, brown or blue discoloration on chrome, which is referred to as "bluing." Removing it is often not as easy as merely polishing the chrome. Many chrome pol... Read More »

How to Remove Bluing From an Exhaust Pipe?

Motorcycle exhaust pipes can suffer a variety of burns, scorching and scratches. Contaminants that come into contact with hot exhaust pipes, such as shoe leather, plastic, denim and other materials... Read More »

How to Remove Rust Stain From Bluing?

Bluing is a process used to protect steel from rusting. It is a preventative measure but does not completely make the steel impermeable to rust. This process is often used with guns and other weapo... Read More »

How to Remove the Exhaust on a KTM ATV?

Driving your KTM all-terrain-vehicle can be a lot of fun, but over time all the elements like dirt and water can begin to take their toll on the various parts of the four-wheeler. The exhaust pipe ... Read More »