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gramadinah Posted - Apr 06 2016 : 11:55:59 AM

Found this at the Dump needed it any way to clean the chrome the other will be painted.


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gramadinah Posted - Apr 06 2016 : 3:32:17 PM
I have that stuff and until some one reminds me I totally forget about it.I will try it soon.
Such smart people on his site.


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YellowRose Posted - Apr 06 2016 : 12:25:07 PM
Dinah I use Barkeepers Friend for everything from stainless-steel cookware, my grandmother's silver-ware, and my collection of vintage cream and green enamel-ware. The label says for use on chrome - I have not tried it.

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