Re: Chrome Accessories
Clay bar should be available at any good auto parts/detailing store. It's literally like dough or clay and it's used to remove surface imperfections on your paint. CLR is a product that removes or dissolves Calcium Lime and Rust stains.
Honestly, I'd try that polish you mentioned if it's non-abrasive. If it is abrasive, try a vehicle paint polish. It will take longer, but it should work. Do a small spot and see how it turns out before you slather it on.
Jeep isn't alone...a lot of American car manufacturers use chrome plastic. My factory wheels were clad in plastic chrome! I had those same stains on them...I got them out with that Mother's polish.
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