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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. I only have a small scratch and dent on one end of my bumper. Can you spot chrome that area because the rest is fine?
  2. I'm in the USA and I don't really want the hassle of doing the paperwork for shipping, customs, etc. Can you help with that?
  3. Do you do chrome wheels?
  4. I'm tired of having my chrome aftermarket bumper look like a rusty mess after one season.  What makes your bumper more resistant to the elements?

I only have a small scratch and dent on one end of my bumper. Can you spot chrome that area because the rest is fine?

  • Unfortunately no. The entire bumper will be immersed in the plating tanks and because it must be clean, free of any impurities or loose plating we have to take the whole piece down to bare steel and start the process over.
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I'm in the USA and I don't really want the hassle of doing the paperwork for shipping, customs, etc.  Can you help with that?

  • Absolutely. Regardless of where you are in the lower 48 or Alaska, we do all the necessary paperwork. We'll ask for a bit of information from you and that's that. Also you will know your exact costs right to your door.
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Do you do chrome wheels?

  • Sorry.  We don't plate wheels at our facility.
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I'm tired of having my chrome aftermarket bumper look like a rusty mess after one season.  What makes your bumper more resistant to the elements?

  • Put simply, it's the steel we start with, the attention to detail during the polishing/plating stages and the amount of nickel we plate onto each bumper. Take a look at the Our Process section of the site for further information.
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