Removing Chrome With Acetone?

Answer Removing chrome plating from objects is easy to do with acetone. Acetone is often used to make plastics, chemicals and fibers, and it is also used to break down substances, including nail polish. B... Read More »

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Removing Scratches in Chrome?

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