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Fine Metal Finishing, LLC
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Brass Restoration & Chrome Plating
Pot Metal Restoration
Bumper Refinishing
Chrome Plated Steel Accessories
Chrome Plating
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Pot Metal Restoration

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Each part is unique.  The condition of the metal and thickness of the part, determines the process we use to prepare them for the chrome plating process.  Bumpers, for example, are straightened to remove dents and imperfections and then chemically stripped of the chrome plating leaving the nickel finish.  The nickel finish is ground off to remove any corrosion under it and to get to the good base metal. The next step is to polish the part to a mirror finish in order to prepare it for the chrome plating process. 

​Bumper  and Ferrous Metal Restoration

Pot Metal Restoration
Pot metal restoration is an art, and although most people aren’t aware of this; repairs are possible!  We use patience and years of experience throughout the process to ensure the best results. The biggest problem is in the metal itself. Over the years, the metal deteriorates from exposure to weather. White metal oxidizes instead of rusting like steel. Add in years of diverse weather conditions that escalate the deterioration. The bottom line is: under the old chrome plating are larger pits than what appear on the surface. This pitting takes time and patience to remove without destroying the detail and shape of the part. Proper care in stripping the part and then polishing are the next steps in the process. The final step is the copper-nickel-chrome-plating process. All of these steps are necessary to restore the part back to the lustrous chrome plated finish desired.