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******snip******* I have had some luck with a light coat of Testors 3502 to bring back the original color to an oxidized car. In minor cases it will polish off. Much like Bill Hall has used 3502 to help rejuvenate some brittle bodies (tan for example) it also helps with removing oxidation from a too long exposed peroxide bath.
Oh man Bob, now yer opening up the entire can of worms.
While peroxide works miracles it accelerates the normal atmospheric oxidation to warp speed. The effect of peroxide over exposure is very similar to the effects we see from "caustic type" over exposures when they are used as a paint stripper, like Easy Off, Brake Fluid, Super Clean, yada yada.
As Bob points out, you can easily bring back lightly oxidized (hazed or chalked) finishes by mechanical buffing. Medium damage (clouding) will require prior chemical rejuvenation with a light brush out of testors and color-sanding before buffing. Heavy damage, (deep clouding) will require an application of color matched wash and an aggressive color blend prior to any finish work.
Brett, I sure dont want to deter from your cleansing mission by harping on the potential pitfalls. Rather just some cautionary notes about what we've learned along the way. Like any tool, it works great when properly used.