You will need
- - a drill with a felt circle;
- - Polish chrome;
- - microfiber cloth;
- - ammonia;
- - Mel;
Plating - coating metal surfaces with a thin layer of chromium to increase their durability, resistance to corrosion or for decorative purposes. The most common method of chromium plating - plating, when under the influence of electric current chromium from the electrolyte is deposited on the metal part.
To return to chrome-plated parts of the original sheen it is best to use a special Polish (polishing paste) for chromium, which can be purchased in any shop of automobile chemistry. Apply the Polish on a felt circle or a microfiber cloth and wipe the soiled or stained surface.
You can also use the so-called GOI paste. In normal condition it is a solid substance, but it can warm up to clay and in this form applied to the felt disk.
There is a budget option for cleaning chrome parts, rusted: a soft cloth moistened with ammonia solution or turpentine, apply powdered chalk or tooth powder and gently clean the item. After processing, the cleaned place must be cover with a transparent varnish.
Finally, you can use traditional way. Strangely enough, but small spots on the chrome pretty well removed by coke. In all probability the case in contained in the drink phosphoric acid. Common folk remedies include dry cement powder, is also good coping with dark spots and dirt. Chrome solid metal, so it is quite tolerant of abrasive materials, like crushed chalk or dry cement. Scratch it you just sand paper, and then only with some effort.
If the chrome coating is damaged, there are "sores", then polishing will not help. To the "incurable cases" refers to the presence of rust on the parts under the cover. To return the original qualities will have to go to special workshops for new chrome plating.
Kitchen cleaning products containing chlorine can easily damage the chrome surface, leaving dark spots.
The footprints can be cleaned by using a cleaner for bitumen sold in stores chemicals.