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Casa Quickie: Cleaning Chrome


Desire to Inspire recently wrote about her experience restoring a '70s chrome chair and shared her trick for removing tarnish from chrome — vinegar and aluminum foil! Moisten, but don't saturate, aluminum foil with some full-strength white vinegar, and rub the chrome with lots of elbow grease! A lot of scrubbing will do the trick, and then wipe off the black gunk with a soft cloth afterwards. She also suggests that you put on some gloves to avoid getting black stains on your fingertips. A good tip, huh? Do you have any chrome that needs polishing?
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