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Protect Chrome

Studebaker recommends a mixture in the ratio of 1/4 pound of beeswax to 1 quart of turpentine as very effective in protecting chromium plated parts against salt air and other conditions which have a detrimental effect on these parts. This protection is particularly recommended for cars in storage. It has been found that even after the car is taken from storage and the protective coating removed, some of it remains on the chromium and provides continued protection. March 15, 1935. After wax has been applied to a car and is ready for polishing, you will get a brilliant shine if you dip the cloth lightly in a container of corn flour. This is a tip from old time car detailers.

Corn Flour and Bees Wax

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