During the muscle car heyday, chrome was all the rage. Big, brash chrome bumpers and accents can be found across many vintage vehicles, creating a charm all its own. Therefore, it’s a good idea to keep those pieces in tip-top shape.
Chemical Guys returns with its latest instructional on how to clean and polish chrome the correct way to ensure no scratches occur, and a final, bright finish is produced.
It’s a simple process, and maybe even involves some common sense, but ensure each chrome piece has been either washed, or wiped down with a quick detailer to remove any loose debris first and foremost. Then, take your favorite metal polish (although my personal favorite is Chemical Guys …) and begin working the product in. Wipe off any leftover residue, and make a second pass if it seems fit.
Easy as that. And, if anything, click play above to see some gorgeous shots of the 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle used during the video.