I just bring it to my Deburring Dept. at work, and they have all the wheels and rouge to do a good job!
If you are thinking about doing more, like your frame, you must remove the clear anodizing first....sanding will do it, but just use easy off oven cleaner...Makes the job a little easier...LOL!
Get some buffing wheels that you can put on a drill, buy some alum polishing compound..comes in sticks use the brown stuff first, and finish with the red.

You can use Mothers alum polishing compound too, but the stick compound doesn't fly off the wheel.

[Edited on 6/2/02 by TLRMan]