Should be ok if it's actual chrome (and not a film layer). Google first?
I use microfibre cloths and vinegar solution around the bathroom and a Karcher on the shower screen and tiles. After cleaning I dry off around the shower head and taps 'cos we live in a hard water area. I clean the bathroom every morning after everyone's used the bathroom. During the day, if I have nothing better to do I buff up the taps and towel warmer.
Yes, bog standard malt vinegar from the food cupboards is fine. Stinks to high heaven for 5 mins, but the smell evaporates as it dries. I normally put 100mls of it in the bottom of a spray bottle, and fill with water. Then give it a good shake, and hey presto!
Ok, I have a brand new shiny (very!) bathroom with dark expensive tiles, dark grout and lots of expensive chrome taps etc. and am about to admit that I have no idea how to keep it nice!
It is starting to look a bit 'lived in' despite me cleaning with my normal method bathroom cleaner. It doesn't get the watermarks off the chrome or most of the white (limescale?) marks off the dark tiles and dark grouting.
I have been reading about limescale removers and see you shouldn't use them on chrome fittings. How about dark grout?