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Old 08-09-2013, 07:31 PM
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DOnt use chrome polish on anything except real chrome. it is very acidic and can etch your finish on plastics, paint and even stainless steel.

Use any car wash soap and wax, if you have swirls or scratches in it you can use a mild compound. If you are looking for the best quality stuff you can get in a retail store, meguiar's is what you need.

Turtle Wax made awesome stuff 30 years ago. Today's auto finishes require much more sophisticated products. Throw that turtle wax in the garbage, its useless on any of today's chrome with the exception of the bumpers on big horn and laramie trucks. and again, for that I recommend a good quality wax and wash.
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