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Cleaning chrome, stainless, aluminum etc

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Old 04-17-2013, 09:53 PM
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Default Cleaning chrome, stainless, aluminum etc

Got this stuff from work called BAR KEEPERS FRIEND

WOWERS, does this stuff work amazing. hardly any elbow grease and my chrome wheels I rolled all winter look like new again, same with the exhaust tips.

You guys have got to get a can of this. It was $3 a can at the Home Hardware Store.
 
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:26 PM
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Or you could just use a mixture of baking soda and water. That's actually an old truck stop scam... you'll be sitting at a truck stop, someone will come up and show you how well their product polishes your wheels, you see it works, they sell you the same bottle for $10 or $15 or whatever... it's nothing more than a mixture of water and baking soda.
To clarify, I'm sure there's more to the stuff you're plugging here... the truck stop scam is the mixture of water and baking soda.
 

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Originally Posted by ohsofly View Post
Got this stuff from work called BAR KEEPERS FRIEND

WOWERS, does this stuff work amazing. hardly any elbow grease and my chrome wheels I rolled all winter look like new again, same with the exhaust tips.

You guys have got to get a can of this. It was $3 a can at the Home Hardware Store.

This stuff does work great. We use it to clean our stainless cookware. I never thought to try it on anything else. Thanks for the tip.
 
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I've used it (BKF) before and it's good stuff.
 
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