- Remove Stubborn Stains - Water Spot Remover - Chrome Polish
Sure, you can use chrome polish and other products to clean your brightwork, but nothing works better than plain old ammonia to get stubborn stains, water spots and greases off bumpers and other trim. The stuff is cheap and extremely effective.
When your trim is clean and bright, wipe it down to dry and apply a thin coat of paste wax or liquid polish. It will keep the weather off for a considerable time.
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