PChrome™ vs. Chrome plating
How to Apply
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Chrome Plating is time consuming, labor intensive and involves heating dangerous chemicals to high temperatures–
You can achieve a chrome-like surface with PChrome™ on a variety of substrates: glass, plastic, metal or wood. Traditional chrome plating does not form a stable bond with any substrate but nickel. As for ease of PChrome™ finishing … untrained employees with little or no professional spray experience were able to achieve a blemish-free surface after just a few practice runs.
Traditional chrome plating is expensive and complicated, and achieving a consistent professional finish can be difficult. PChrome™on the other hand, is simple:
Sulfuric acid - not required
As for environmental or health hazards, PChrome™ creates no more risk than the average spray paint that you buy at any hardware store. Naturally, we recommend you wear a protective mask when applying PChrome™ coatings, but that should do it.
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