How to Clean a Corroded Alloy?

Answer Alloy wheels can easily become corroded from contact with contaminating dirt and debris from the highways and brakes. Road grime and debris caused by heated and eroding brake pads will cling to the... Read More »

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How to Clean Corroded Chrome?

Chrome offers a shiny, mirrorlike finish on car wheels, bicycle spokes, household appliances, faucets, furniture or vintage car bumpers. Manufacturers apply a thin chrome layer over metals, usually... Read More »

How to Clean Corroded Battery Contacts?

A battery is responsible for delivering the electrical power necessary to turn the engine until the engine starts. Once the engine starts, the alternator then delivers the required voltage. Too of... Read More »

How to Clean Corroded Battery Connectors?

The most commonly encountered type of battery corrosion is in car battery connectors, but connector corrosion caused by leaking alkaline batteries in household electronic devices is not unusual eit... Read More »

How to Clean a Corroded Battery Cable?

Over time, battery cables can become corroded from the chemicals released from the battery terminal posts. They oxidize even faster when the car is out of use for a long period of time. Corroded ba... Read More »