You can use a variety of polishing compounds to buff out minor, small, and surface scratches in chrome. Just Google "Chrome Polishing" or "Chrome Scratch Removal" and you'll get a ton of links. Sold at most hardware and tool stores are polishing compounds in little tubes. The ones you'll want are "White" -fine compound, and "Pink" Jeweler's Rouge.
Now, that being said, if the scratches are deep, you're out of luck. If they are surface scratches, you can remove them with a lot of elbow grease and the above compounds or a rotary cloth wheel hooked up to a drill or grinder and the compounds above. Be careful, as Chrome is measured at the micron layer in thickness, so cutting thru it is fatal. If still not sure, go ask a Harley rider.
I'm not aware and couldn't find a rub-on type product that can remove scratches from chrome wheels. Your best bet is probably to have the wheels buffed out. Scratches in chrome cannot be rubbed out for the most part. Very minor scratches can be buffed on a wheel with special compountd but only if they are light surface scratches. To keep chrome clean and protected, we recomend a non-abrasive polymer/wax. For more info, please call chromeplating.com at (888) 327-4189.
no but there's this stuff that removes scratches
You can fix the Chrome toolbar by removing it. You can add it again to make it right.
It really depends on your personal preference. Regular chrome is more prone to fingerprints, and shows scratches more, but other than that, they are virtually the same.
You take a picture of it with your Iphone and upload it on chrome. A picture of what you fantasize the most about should show up. You know what to do from there.
You can try buffing the scratches out, though you can always get a screen cover for your DS.
Reset your computer or re-install Google Chrome.
Apply a bit of toothpaste and rub
If the scratches are bad, there are special services that would be happy to fix your phone. I think they replace the part that is scratched.
You will have to have the window tint redone. Find a local tint shop with a good reputation.
You can restart Google Chrome to fix it. Sometimes unresponsive sites might lead to the crash.
check out cheapphonecases.com
what you do is you sand it down with 600 grit sand paper and then you get high quality aluminum polish and buff out the small scratches left by the sand paper ( the sanding removes the big scratches)
Chrome registration could be failing due to the internet. Check your internet before proceeding forward.
Firefox Chrome registration failure does not occur generally. There must be an internet issue for it.
If an XBOX game has a few scratches, a paste of baking soda and water will help fix the problem.
put water on it then wipe it with a towel that is dry and NOT dirty
You can always fix this by installing the chrome again. The earlier version could have a bug or error.
If Chrome is incompatible with something, we cannot make it compatible. It is up to the developers how they can make it compatible.
I don't see how it would fix anything. It certainly would not remove scratches
On a game disk, you don't, you'd have to buy a new one.
go to a tire shop and they will do their thing and fix it
The whole wheel has to be re-chromed. This is not a do it yourself job. There are many places that refinish chrome wheels.
Chrome error 108 is when the webpage is not available. It is due to bad internet connection over the system.