Chromium is a hard blue-white metal with a brilliant luster that is generally used to plate other metals. Examples of use of chromium are car bumpers and handles, plating on appliances such as toasters, electric fry pans, and coffeemakers, and handles on ranges and refrigerators.
This article was written by Anne Field, Extension Specialist, Emeritus, with references from North Dakota Extension bulletin, Surfaces Vs Stains - Care of Living Areas.
Source: MSU Extension
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