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I've been told that scotch brite pads and some soap and water will do wonders for shining up older chrome. It seems to me that scotch brite would scratch the chrome. I need to freshen up the pony and pony corral that fit into the grill, as well as window cranks, handles, etc. All metal w/chrome stuff. No chromed plastic. What have you guys done?

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I used fine steel wool on my emblem, just be careful of the inner part of the corral where it is painted. The chrome part came out great. And to be honest I recruited my SWMBO to do it.

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