Spray Chrome For Ceramics

When you purchase an old ceramic vase or are in the process of using ceramic tile to make a mosaic, you can use spray chrome to add decorative mirror-like accents on the ceramic. Doing so can brighten up your chosen item, bringing eye-catching interest and making it look new and fresh.

Since ceramic usually has a shiny surface, you might wonder if chrome spray paint for ceramics will work or if it will instead chip off. PChrome spray adheres to almost any material, is highly durable and will stay attached to your ceramic piece.

The applications for spray chrome are limited only by your imagination. It is great to use for lamps, vases, effects on tile, ceramic backsplashes or anywhere you want to add a burst of colorful shine. When you follow the application steps and prepare the surface appropriately, you can expect your results to have the same look of traditional chrome plating but for a substantially lower cost.

Why PChrome is better than chrome spray paint

Why PChrome is better than chrome spray paint

You may have heard about chrome spray paint for ceramics, which comes in a spray paint can and is sold in local hardware stores. PChrome is far superior to the canned chrome spray paint for ceramics.

The spray paint is not chrome and is simply a silver-colored paint. It is not as durable or long-lasting, provides only a thin layer and will flake and fade with time. By contrast, PChrome is very durable, provides thicker layers and will maintain its shine for a long time.

PChrome has been successfully used to customize the following:

  • Planters
  • Mirrors
  • Teapots
  • Carved Clay
  • Vases
  • Candle Holders
  • Lanterns
  • Jars
  • Bowls
  • Pots
  • And More!

Advantages of spray chrome for ceramics


PChrome spray may be applied in a few simple steps. You can use it in your home, shop or garage instead of having to send off the parts you want to chrome.

It costs about 25 percent of what traditional chrome plating does, and it does not require the use of hazardous acid baths. PChrome gives the same look and feel as traditional chrome plating, but it is significantly better for the environment and for your health.

Here are some additional advantages of spray chrome:

  • Bonds well to almost any material, including ceramics
  • Provides a thicker layer
  • Is resistant to abrasions, weather and salt
  • Offers the same durability and appearance as traditional chrome plating
  • Gives a mirror-like shine
  • Comes in a variety of colors

You can order your kit today on our website so that you can get started on your ceramic chroming project.

We offer a convenient starter kit that will provide up to 50 square feet of use so that you can get a better idea of what this can do for you.

Our kits are perfect for use by custom auto shops, reducing your costs and turnaround times so that you can enjoy higher profit margins.

If you are ready to learn more about PChrome and how you can use it for your own vehicle or project, we invite you to call today for more information or to order your kit today.