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Oct
12
Cleaning Chrome

First, fill a bucket with warm soapy water. Rub the chrome with a non-abrasive sponge or cloth using the warm soapy water. Clean hard to reach areas with an old toothbrush. Leaving the chrome wet will result in unsightly water marks. After you finish washing the chrome, dry it off with a clean lint-free hand towel. To polish the chrome go into your kitchen and get a piece of aluminum foil. Tear off a strip and gently rub the aluminum foil on the chrome to make it shine. Because aluminum is a softer metal than chrome, it can be used to polish your chrome Other Cleaners you can use are baby oil, ethanol or rubbing oil, cola, lemon or baking soda. Because chrome is a relatively soft metal, appropriately lightweight cleaning solutions are the best choice for it. Most of the dirt pile up on chrome won't need more than soap and water to dispel.