Fill one of the buckets with water, taking care not to fill it so high that it will spill when moved. Move the bucket to the floor beside the appliance.
Drop the soap into the bucket and move it through the water vigorously until it takes on a milky color. Dip the sponge into the water and squeeze, allowing it to absorb the soapy water.
Pull the sponge out of the water and squeeze again, allowing the excess water to fall back into the bucket. Move the sponge along the chrome in long, gentle arcs. Sponge the entire length of the chrome.
Pull a generous amount of paper towel off of the roll and gently rub the chrome from top to bottom. Discard the paper towel when it is fully saturated. Repeat this step until the chrome is fully dry.
Pour a generous amount of vinegar into the second bucket. Dip the second sponge into this bucket and squeeze. Remove the sponge from the water and squeeze again until the sponge no longer drips.
Wipe the chrome from top to bottom with the sponge. Allow the chrome to air dry to ensure that the vinegar has time to work.
Things You Will Need
- 2 buckets
- 2 sponges
- Paper towels
- White vinegar
- 1 bar of soap
- The acid in vinegar will remove stains from chrome. The slight acidity of Coke will achieve a similar effect without the smell.