How Do You Fix Scratches In Chrome Bumpers?
Chrome bumpers have been used on cars and trucks for years and are particularly prevalent on classic and vintage vehicles. Because of their vulnerable location at the extremities of a vehicle, they can get damaged easily from rocks and debris thrown up from the road. Often, chrome bumpers develop small scratches. These can be removed with a little effort and the right supplies. Step 1 Wash the bumper with a mild cleaner like dish detergent. Rinse off the bumper with a hose and then dry it thoroughly with a clean, dry, lint-free towel. Step 2 Polish the bumper with a high-quality chrome polish like the kind that Mothers makes (see Resources). Apply a small amount of the polish to a micro-fiber towel and wipe it onto the chrome. Work the polish into the scratch and then buff the polish out. Step 3 Finish removing the scratch with the finest grade of steel wool. Wet the bumper with water to avoid dulling the surface while using the steel wool. Apply a small amount of the polish to the ste