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i have been refurbishing old sets recently. Using deburring wheel / polishing and reshafting / paint etc. everything has been great but on this recent set I think I took too much off and stripped some of the chrome. I’m guessing that is the case because after I polished there is some spotty shine parts to it and not sure how to get it out and fix. Any help would be great!

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If it were me I'd be taking the affected heads off the shafts and looking for a local plating company to rechrome them.  I'd be asking the local "speed shop" or motorcycle customizing shop where they send their stuff and go from there.

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If you have removed some chrome you could using a stitched sisal  wheel with black rouge and bring the club head to a bright polish. 

However the owner needs to know it will rust in time without some TLC. 

Or a suggested above send it to a place that does rechroming for a living.

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Also, if you're not talking about blades or players CB clubs, then the club likely has a backing plate in the cavity and those can be difficult to remove without damaging them and you can't re-chrome without taking those off.  They are also usually impossible to acquire so if you break it you'll likely be out of luck.

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