Motorcycle Chrome Review – Blue Job Chrome Polish

I stopped by the local Harley shop yesterday; my wife loves to shop in the clearance section. She found a nice sweatshirt on sale. I went and looked at chrome polish and cleaners. They had Blue Job Chrome Polish, one of the products I’ve wanted to try. They claim that it can remove bluing from exhaust pipes. My top exhaust pipe is turning light gold, and I would love to be able to remove it.

I was surprised when I got home and opened the package. Blue Job Chrome Polish is not a paste; it is a super concentrated powder. It comes with a little buffing cloth. You get the cloth lightly wet, and then dip it in the powder, to form a thick paste. You should always make sure that the chrome is cool to the touch before cleaning it. Then wash down your motorcycle chrome with spot-free soap and water before using the polish, to remove any dirt and grime that can leave fine scratches on the chrome. Once you clean the chrome with soap and water and then dry it, apply the paste and start buffing with the small cloth. Once the buffing is finished, let the paste dry to a white haze. Then wipe it off with a clean, dry soft cloth.

The gold discoloration did not disappear completely, but it did seem to be lighter than when I started. With some more elbow grease I could probably get the gold off completely. The motorcycle chrome that I polished came out to a bright luster. Overall, Chrome polish chrome polish is easy to use and gives good results.

Blue Job Chrome Polish is for chrome and stainless steel only; do not use on aluminum, billet aluminum, chrome plated aluminum, other metals, plastic coatings, powder coatings, or painted surfaces. Always read and follow the manufacturer’s directions for use.

This past spring we had to take my wife’s car in for service at the local dealer. I’m sure that you all know how much fun that is. We decided to ride my Harley in to pick up the car when it was done. On the way to the dealer, it started to rain. By the time we got home I was thoroughly drenched. The previously pristine bike was in a heck of a shape. All the motorcycle chrome was water spotted of course. It looked terrible.

Several days later, after the weather cleared up, I began to clean up the bike, using Honda Brite and Turtle Wax Chrome Polish. I’ve had my bottle of Turtle Wax Chrome Polish around for a long time. It is a white paste. Make sure the chrome is cool to the touch. You will also want to clean the chrome with spot-free soap and water before you start polishing the chrome. Then just pour a little of the Turtle Wax paste on a clean rag, and start polishing. Let it dry to a haze, and then wipe it off with a clean dry rag. It will remove mild rust, tar and bugs from your motorcycle chrome. It leaves a brilliant shine and a protective coating on the chrome.

I give Turtle Wax Chrome Polish two thumbs up. It is easy to use and gives good results. A small bottle will last you a long time, and it is not very expensive. It can be found at most auto-parts stores.