The key to excellent workmanship with regards to chrome plating requires several steps which are vital in insuring the best possible outcome. Hence, the key to good plating work consists of the following procedures:

(1) Inventory
All parts are inventoried and most parts are marked so that the customer receives his/her own parts back upon pickup.

(2) Stripping
All parts which have paint, old chrome, nickel, powder coating, etc. is stripped down to the bare metal.

(3) Bead blast/sand blast
When required, parts are carefully cleaned via bead blasting to insure proper preparation.

(4) Repairs
Parts in need of repair or welding are handled by skilled professionals, the
absolute best in the industry.

(5) Polishing
Before plating, all parts are highly polished, which is a vital key for the best possible outcome. To insure the best satisfaction, all customers should advise us as to which areas of each part are visibly seen, and hence should be polished.

(6) Plating
Plating consists of several steps which are essential for beautiful results. Our laters are highly skilled and experienced. Most parts are "triple-plated", consisting of copper, nickel, and chrome. However, our plating procedure is much more complicated than this, and since we strive for the best possible results, we often re-copper and hand-sand some parts several times to insure of the finest quality and outcome. The chrome we use is trivalent chrome, which is environmentally safe and our particular bath insures a beautiful high-luster finish.

(7) Quality control
All parts are carefully waxed and inspected upon final completion of plating.

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