Cleaning Chrome in your kitchen should be an easy thing to do. But, if you don't clean it correctly, if will look dingy and smudgy when you are finished.
The secret to clean Chrome and to keep it looking good is to use a dry, microfiber cloth to give it a final polish after you clean it. Most people use either a damp rag or an oily one, and because Chrome has an intense reflective quality, every smear is exaggerated. A dry, microfiber cloth will buff, polish, and brighten the freshly cleaned surface.
Use a green, homemade window cleaning solution to clean your chrome first.
To make a good window cleaning solution, use 1/2 teaspoon dishwasher liquid, ( Dawn works well ), 1/2 cup distilled white vinegar and 2 cups water. Mix them all in a clean, spray bottle and you can cut the grease and soot from almost all chrome surfaces in your kitchen. The vinegar cleans your chrome beautifully and makes it shiny as new.
The way to keep your chrome looking good is to keep it dry and dusted. After you use your toaster, dust it off with a dry, microfiber cloth before putting it away in your cabinet. If, you dust all your chrome in your kitchen, especially, everything else will look super clean. Don't forget the frig handles and oven handles and even cabinet pulls on all your cabinets. It only takes a few minutes each day but cleaning chrome in your kitchen in Evanston, Il is not an impossible job and will enhance the beauty of your kitchen.