I've had pretty good success using an acid based wheel cleaner and a soft bristled brush. I use Meguiar's Wheel Brightner. Definitely takes multiple applications if they haven't been cleaned in a while, but it does leave the chrome on the tips nice and shiny.Anyone have any pointers on cleaning the exhaust tips? Mine are all darkened from the exhaust. Don’t really want to use steel wool or anything abrasive.
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I use that stuff on my stainless steel pans. Before I found out about that stuff I hated cleaning anything in stainless. Never thought about using it on the exhaust tips but I'll def try that.Someone on SS recommended a product called Barkeepers Friend. I was skeptical but purchased some online. All I can say is WOW! This stuff is amazing. It cuts through the exhaust soot like a hot knife through butter and leaves a clean shinny finish. Up to this point I had tried all kinds of cleaning products but many required too much elbow grease and didn't do a very good job. But this stuff does and is worth every penny. Give it a try and you will be amazed.
Great tip! I was also thinking about the Borla exhaust cleaner that people rave about, but I already have Barkeepers friend at home for stainless pans. I have both the power and liquid. Any preference?I use that stuff on my stainless steel pans. Before I found out about that stuff I hated cleaning anything in stainless. Never thought about using it on the exhaust tips but I'll def try that.