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I'm not 100% sure, but I think electrolysis might take off the chrome. Try a mild oxalic acid and see if that works, it shouldn't damage the chrome.
rustybucket said:So you say you have used a 12 volt battery charger and with arm and hammer soda wash, put your chrome steel wheels in a tub and the rust lifted right off? I know it works on no coated steel parts, but did not find any that were chrome coated steel on youtube.
Did not do a thing to a small section of the rim. Rust still there.
BTW, your rim is WAY worse then mine. IS chrome not pure? does it have impurities that causes differential ionic corrosion to occure?
I will try the electrolysis method to get the last of the corrosion off.
BTW, I wonder if dipping a bare 60 "minus the carpet and seats" in a custom wood frame tub will take off all the rust " that would be something to see