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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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Brasso works very well..if that doesn't work,try some #0000 steel wool. Scotch brite pads will ruin the finish.
 
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