We recently received feedback from a customer that purchased Simichrome polish for her Rhol faucet. If you have a polished chrome faucet, Simichrome should work well for you. However if you do have another finish on your Rohls fixture you may want to click here to see their recommendations for polishes that are safe to use. Or visit their website. Need parts for Rohls faucets and fixtures, then click right here to see a wide selection If you need to get some Simichrome polish quickly, why not buy it from our recommended source, Simichrome.com
"I have a Rohl kitchen faucet that needed some TLC. I used the internet to search on its care and your product came up. I will be using on all my chrome fixtures to spiff them up!!"
From a recent e-mail from Charlie, a user of Simichrome metal polish. Thanks for sharing your pictures too!
"Looking forward to receiving the next shipment of simichrome polish. It is the best I have found for polishing the brass of my 1913 Model T Ford. Your product does the job well and in record time. I'll be back often and I always recommend Simichrome to the other owners of brass era antique cars."
An often asked question is Simichrome capable of taking rust off my ………….. In today’s post we have taken an early LSS Co # 391 center gage when they were made in Athol Mass for our demonstration. As you can see it was corroded and had some surface rust from being left uncared for in an old tool chest. But take heart, it can be revived ! Just a little dab of polish, about the size of a pencil eraser, right out of the tube, did a remarkable job in less than 3 or 4 minutes for both sides. We applied it with a small piece of 0000 steel wool with light pressure and followed with a good wipe down using a micro fiber cloth. Take a look at the before and after pictures below for the results . If you would like to buy some Simichrome please click here to go to our recommended online seller.
Ever notice on you travels, how shiny some of the big rig trucks chrome is? Not too long ago Ken sent us a picture of his Mack truck. There is no denying that he knows how to keep it looking good. His simple explanation, ” I use it to polish my truck”. What does he use ? The 2 pound can of Flitz Metal Polish. Take a look at his truck and see what you think. If you would like to try some Flitz click here to buy some from our recommended supplier.