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Old 12-02-2012, 09:12 AM   #1
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Anyone know the best way to clean Crome? I have spent a lot on some sh**y products out there, and I am tired of dropping way to much to much for something that I can do myself. Someone told me to use dirt, but I was wondering if the were just messing with my heads. Any suggestions?
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I use plasti dip or black paint to clean my chrome :poke:
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Anyone know the best way to clean Crome? I have spent a lot on some sh**y products out there, and I am tired of dropping way to much to much for something that I can do myself. Someone told me to use dirt, but I was wondering if the were just messing with my heads. Any suggestions?


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Stays clean if you don't touch it lol
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