World’s best chrome polish

For chrome so bright, you gotta wear shades!™

Blue-Job® Chrome Polish and Pipe Wipes quickly remove exhaust pipe bluing or discoloration, surface rust, and they polish your chrome to a high gloss shine in one easy step.

Product Benefits

Designed for chrome and stainless steel | Concentrated formula | Removes bluing and discoloration caused by heat and oxidation on the exhaust pipes | Restores to original shine | Won't dull, scratch or leave swirls | Cleans off rust and burnt shoe rubber | No oil or waxy residue | No fingerprints

Blue-Job® Powder

Blue-Job® Chrome Polish has a unique nonabrasive, highly concentrated, powder formula. Each jar contains an ounce (28 grams) of ultra-concentrated, easy, fast, safe, non-toxic chrome polish powder. The product is environmentally safe, with a balanced neutral pH factor and will not harm skin. Can be used by chemically sensitive people. Does not generate irritating fumes.

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Blue-Job® Wipes

The 9.5” x 4.5” ultra soft Blue-Job® Pipe Wipes finishing cloth will never scratch, swirl or dull chrome. The micro thread design holds and separates polish to precisely finish precious chrome, gemstones, mirrors and fine crystal.

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Use instructions

  1. Let your pipe cool off first, so you don’t burn your hand.

  2. Dampen applicator or Pipe Wipe with water.

  3. Dip it into the powder. NOTE: Blue-Job® is a concentrate (a little goes a long way).

  4. Make a thick paste on the chrome surface of your pipes. If your paste is too wet, the product will not work.

  5. Rub until the bluing, discoloration, rust, fingerprints and residues disappear. Rub the surface in a back-and-forth motion, as hard as needed to remove discoloration (oxidation). Do a small area at a time. Blue-Job® will not scratch!

  6. Finish with Blue-Job® Pipe Wipes.

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To Remove
Burned Rubber

  1. Start the engine, warm it up.
  2. Be careful you don’t burn yourself.
  3. Use a wood stick to scrape the thickest chunks of rubber off.
  4. After the exhaust pipes are cool, use Blue-Job® Chrome Polish.

New Bike Tip:
Protect Your New Chrome

  • Always prep new pipes with Blue-Job® before starting the engine for the first time.
  • Removes waxes, oils, factory residues, and fingerprints.
  • Prevents hotter oily areas from oxidizing the chrome to a blue and gold color.

Application uses
with other surfaces

  • Chrome
  • Stainless steel
  • Brad
  • Gems
  • Jewelry
  • Fine crystal
  • Mirrors
  • Television / Computer screens

Here's what others have to say

Blue-Job® is one of my favorites. Blue-Job® is a really neat product that’s going to eliminate the bluing from the pipe. Blue-Job® is the way to remove it. See the magic. Blue-Job® is amazing.

Kyle's video review Kyle B., Cruiser Customizing

Blue-Job® truly is an amazing product! It is not your average chrome polish; it is a deoxidizing agent. It reverses the affects of oxidation! If you have a problem stain on chrome, you need Blue-Job®! Melted plastic, shoe rubber, rust and even the exhaust pipe blues can be removed with Blue-Job®. I guess it’s only natural that when the pipes heat up they will start to blue again… but I don’t think there is another product out there that removes the blue.

Jay’s online product review Jay G., in his Road Captain USA blog post

Blue-Job® Chrome Polish. This stuff works great. It's just absolutely amazing. Guys will love this stuff. My expansion chamber is now virtually rust-free and really holds a shine. To be honest, I didn't even recognize it after it was done. And that's all due to Blue-Job® Chrome Polish.

Rob’s online review Rob G.

Blue-Job® in combination with the special polishing cloth (Blue-Job® Pipe Wipe) removes the bluing and yellowing without leaving the micro-fine swirls (scratches). Also Blue-Job® brings back the refractive qualities of show chrome like no other polish does.

Fishcastnet's online review Fishcastnet

The best product I ever used on my bike. Pipes look brand new.

Bill S.