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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 08:40 AM
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Most any glass cleaner works, but I'm currently using some aerosol foaming glass cleaner that I got at Walmart, it's in a white can with a baby-blue cap, I can get the brand name if anyone's really interested.
As much as it pained me, because he was a major dufus, I actually asked my former supervisor what he used because the chrome on his bike(SG, that shoudl tell you something) always had the show-chrome shine.

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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 09:29 AM
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that glass cleaner is called SPRAYWAY i do believe,use it love it.i also have a can of NEVERDULL that i use from time to time.

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Metal Gloss. I saw it at a booth at a motorcycle show. Great stuff!

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Flitz ,I have detailed vehicles for 30 years flitz works great and can be used on gold or gold plating.works similar to semi chrome but the protection last longer on polished parts. Try some on your gold jewelry.remember to use microfiber towels.buy in the can instead of the tubes lasts for years and use spairingly
Yep. Bought a can of Flitz about 6 years ago and I still have about 2/3 of it left. Great stuff.

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I am not a fan of chrome, but since I can afford right now to replace it, I might as well make it look nice. Got a can of Eagle One Never Dull. It's a cotton wadding type of stuff. Not all that happy with it.
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that glass cleaner is called SPRAYWAY i do believe,use it love it.
Yup, that's the stuff.........

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A local shop has a custom polish called Just 2 Easy. Works on all metals very similar to simichrome only liquid.

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Really don't see a need for anything else. As long as chrome is clean and streak free, it's going to be "shiny". Hell, I've even used car wax on chrome in a pinch.
Turtle wax is as good as anything out there. Polishing chrome isn't quite as picky as waxing you bike. I use Pig Snot Wax !!

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