Restoring Chrome with Magic

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4/12/2014 2:13 PM

Aluminum foil or steel wool + some water = shiny chrome. Polish it when your done.

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4/12/2014 2:24 PM

nice!

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4/12/2014 4:59 PM

Good to know things like that. THat kind of stuff is usefull!!

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4/12/2014 6:43 PM

Anybody tried it? Will that really work?

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4/13/2014 12:05 AM

All he did was take surface crap off. You can do that with anything.

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4/13/2014 6:16 AM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

All he did was take surface crap off. You can do that with anything.

I don't think peanut butter helps.

Steel wool to chrome works well, BUT puts tiny scratches into it, and removes finishes, SO it will rust up faster. To keep it looking good, get a seal or a wax on it when you are done.

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4/13/2014 6:57 AM

Brayden_Buckingham wrote:

All he did was take surface crap off. You can do that with anything.

I just rubbed a feather on some chrome. Didn't work. Conclusion: feathers are not magic!

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4/19/2014 8:35 PM

Get over it, I'm bumping an old thread. I tried this. I have two chrome wheels from the mid seventies and did:
Water+foil
Water+rag
Kitchen cleaning solution+rag
Industrial cleaning solution+rag
Results: Aluminum foil and water worked best. It removes the "surface crap" as brayden said above better than anything else. Works very, very well. Polish with rag afterwards. Maybe wax. Might try waxing next month. Will update. Thanks fondue for posting this!

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4/19/2014 8:40 PM

You're welcome biggybro.

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