I went to Guitar Center and as I was leaving, after playing a 6 grand LP R9 through a vintage '54 Wide Panel Fender Deluxe, I picked up GHS Guitar Polish. I wanted to clean the hardware and I read on the bottle that it gets rid of cloudy marks on hardware and body. So I believed it, brought it home and poured a tiny bit on my cloth and applied it to the side of the pickups on my R7 (which have become very cloudy after sweating and fingerprints I guess) and let it sit there and almost dry. Then i took a dry side of the towel and buffed it off. The cloud crap was still there. I was kinda upset. Now, I need a polish that can clean nickel. Maybe that cloudiness came from excess polish hitting the pickups after I polished the body, but that can't be because the side of the pickups that are against the pickguard (where I DONT polish) has the cloudy stuff too. So Im guessing its just from oxidation. I guess im going to go on Musicians Friend and order some Fender Chrome polish. Maybe its only there because the pickup covers are nickel. And if I cant get it off after that, now it just looks like a new VOS Reissue! Any other thoughts/suggestions? Thanks.