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Old 08-09-2013, 07:49 PM
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thanks for the kudos Ed.

first, i would get your chrome nice and clean, and then coat them with a wax or sealant and cleaning will be a snap in the future. then you run little risk of needed harsh chemicals to clean in the future.

if they are in need of a good cleaning, ive had great success with p21s polishing soap (available on line or at any motorcycle/harley shop under the name s100), or some eagle one never dull polishing wadding. this stuff is awesome. i rmeember my granny used to use it to polish her silverware.

if gentle cleaning is required, i like p21s wheel cleaner for the chrome clads, or an all purpose cleaner/bug cleaner for the grill. Duragloss comes to mind and is easily available at auto parts stores in the USA.

once clean, i would coat with either a high temp wax like collonite, or a coating like rejex, opti coat or cquartz, and all you will need to clean in the future will likely be soap and water, or a detail spray.
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