Restoring shinny body parts

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  1. Roadtrip

    Roadtrip Member

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    Any recommendations on products for restoring the shinny (Chrome, Stainless, Plastic plated) body parts such as trim, door sills, bezels, etc? I've got allot of crusty looking parts that are otherwise undamaged so I don't want to buy if I can clean.
     
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    A Brillo or SOS pad can do wonders sometimes. Keep plenty of soap with the pad though.
     
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    SS will come back to a high luster when running them over a buffer
     
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    SS will come back to a high luster when running them over a buffer
     
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    I'll which particular Chemical Guys product my buddy used for restoring chrome on his Silverado SS. I'll be coming over this weekend to help him install the brake pads and toyo open country mt tires plus headache rack on his other F150 project. My guess it's the heavy metal polish by Chem Guys.
     

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