Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Cleaning chrome

Good morning!  Welcome to today's Cleaning tip.  I hope ya'll find it useful.  


As I say on my Web page
, these are tips that have been emailed to me, or that I have found on the Internet.  I have not tried all of them and do NOT guarantee their effectiveness.  If you do try one and it works, or if you have another one that works for you, please let me know.
Vinegar: To clean chrome, wipe with a soft cloth dipped in undiluted white or cider vinegar.
Baby Oil:
Apply baby oil with a soft cloth and polish to remove stains from chrome trim on faucets, kitchen appliances, vehicles, etc.
Aluminum Foil:
Briskly scrub rust spots on car bumpers with a piece of crumpled aluminum foil, shiny side up. Also works well on the chrome shafts of golf clubs.
Chrome faucets:
are easily cleaned with soapy water. Rinse and wipe dry with a paper towel to restore luster. An old toothbrush helps get deposits of dirt out from under edges of faucet. For hard-to-remove spots, use silver polish, rinse, and wipe dry.
To remove rust from chrome: wipe it with aluminum foil dipped in Coke®. To polish chrome, use a crumbled up piece of aluminum foil and rub.
I'm sorry about the lack of entries lately.  My father-in-law is still in the hospital and we've been spending just about every day up there.  I don't want to sit here and give all his personal medical information out.  However, we may be looking at a serious operation here and I'm asking for your prayers again.  
Thank you for keeping the family in your prayers. 

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1 comment:

therealslimemmy said...

praying for you fil
thanks for the tips