I use both Solvoautosol and Purple polish . if the chrome is tarnish the Auto Sol is the most aggressive so apply it lightly and you will get great results . How ever sometimes I use that with Royal Purple . I have never been a fan of Autoglym ,I knew the rep and distributors of the product when it first came to Australia I had show car at the time and found the polish is striky and in most cases leaves a smear on your finish. I was also offered free products and used them once then thrown them in in the bin. I find that both Meguires and Mothers have fantastic products with great results. There is also a wool type product around that has been well tried and tested over the years that works well but sorry can not remember its name. If you use any of these products remember they are an abrasive so be careful and once you finish the job I recommend a good polish over the top of your work to seal it .Sometimes you could also use white vinegar and get great results. I always polish my Road Master wheel both the alloy and painted sections with Autosol .Just a side note should you get any of these products on rubber where it leaves a white residue ,get a pencil rubber and rub it on the residue that will remove it.
2019 Metallic Burgundy Road Master, Stage 1 Exhaust with 6 Shooter Tips, Hi-Flow Air Filter, Heel Shifter , added Trunk taillight, Stage 3 Big Bore Kit with ,Power Vision and custom Dyno tune. Highway pegs, clear 3m paint protection.