Cleaning Chrome Wash with sudsy water. Rinse and wipe dry to bring up luster.
Do not use abrasive household cleaners on these
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Burned-on grease on appliances may be removed by commercial cleaners or by using silver polish. Several applications may be necessary if burned-on grease is allowed to build up.
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