March 27, 2008
You could use the 0000 steel wool and the aluminum polish but what I find works the best on my bike wheels (I stripped the black paint on the rim edges and polished them, looks just like chrome) Not a great shot of the rims but you get the idea.
Once a year I wet sand them with 800, then 1000 grit wet/dry sand paper.The first stage leaves them scratched up but as you work your way up (more fine) the scratches get worked out. Then I clean them with soap and water, dry them and hit em with the buffer and Mothers polish. They stay looking like chrome for the rest of the season (I do make sure I wipe the water off after riding in the rain to elimnate water spots). I bet you could do the same with the Pro Comps if they are just polished aluminum.