cleaning chrome engine parts

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  1. tims78camaro

    tims78camaro Veteran Member

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    is there something out there that clean chrome engine parts good that will keep them shining and wont start dulling them
     
  2. CorkyE

    CorkyE Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Don't know of anything that will keep chrome shiny under the hood but Windex or a foam spray window cleaner works good as anything.
     
  3. 351maverick

    351maverick Veteran Member

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    nevr-dull will leave behind a little protective film - I LOVE the stuff!!!
     
  4. monteric

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    Never dull does work great. I've used it for years!
     
  5. david.rosol

    david.rosol Veteran Member

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    Neverdull is what I use also... awesome stuff for chrome.
     
  6. tom3

    tom3 Veteran Member

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    An SOS pad works good for nasty looking chrome for a first step cleaning. Pretty fine steel wool with lots of soap as lube to keep from scratching it. Really good for aluminum. That Neverdull is a good product for sure, cotton wad with a cleaner, non-abrasive. Odd that actual Chrome Cleaner is probably the worst stuff there is, wax and sand seems like. Regular soap and water is hard to beat though.
     
  7. DAWG

    DAWG Veteran Member

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    after cleaning a good paste wax makes it stay clean longer.
     
  8. Hammermill81Z

    Hammermill81Z Member

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    I've been using Killer Chrome from Surf City Garage.
    not only does it clean but it seems to really brighten the chrome too, and with little effort, of course I'm using on relatively clean surface.
    Cleans stainless well too...
     

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