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Hi all,

New to this site so sorry if this isn't the right place.

Just moved home and trying to do things up. The bathroom has a chrome towel radiator which I've noticed has rusty patches. I'm able to clean up most of the rust, but I want to be able to protect it as much as possible against future rust, especially given we do place damp towels on it to dry.

Is there anything I can coat the radiator with to protect it, but which also wont make the towels we place on it dirty?

Thanks in advance !


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When delivered chromium plated ironmongery sometimes has thin coating of clear lacquer - in much the same way that brass ironmongery pretty much all has. Maybe worth looking into clear lacquers which can take the heat

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