Gary Glass

The chrome plating process is different for each shop. We’ve developed our process over 75 years of combined experience to give our clients maximum quality. Learn more about our process below.

The Process of Chrome Plating

There are 24 steps in the process we use to process chrome plating. We use chromium, copper, and two types of nickel as material in the procedure. The combination of these quality materials, along with our thorough process, ensures that the chrome plating job we complete for you is the absolute best.

We can offer Black Chrome plating for you if you wish to have a black finish on your wheels.

Why Many People Are Attracted to Chrome Plating

Chrome plating makes your motorcycle look good with its mirror finish and shine. We’ve seen many customers and our own rides win competitions and receive comments on the beauty of the shine and finish.

Years ago, I saw a custom built Chopper that was completely plated in chrome. At that time it was very difficult to find chrome parts in community bike parts shops. To get chrome parts on your bike, you had to remove parts from your own bike, scrub it clean, and have it chrome plated at a bumper re-chroming place.

Over the years, the process has become more convenient and chrome plating shops like ours follow strict environmental standards. We enjoy hearing feedback from customers when they get their chrome wheels or parts back from the shop.

A proper chrome plating job leaves your parts with a thin but durable layer of the gorgeous shiny material. If you are looking for a place that does the job right, contact us.

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