3 Ways To Cut Costs And Boost Your Car Detailing Business

If you have your own car detailing business and would like to boost your profits, you might want to consider some of the programs that PChrome offers. When you add PChrome spray chrome products, you can drive up your sales and attract a larger customer base. PChrome has several programs that are available to businesses that may be of interest

Forget Powder Coating, Think Spray Chrome!

If you want to use an alternative process to traditional chrome plating, you have likely heard about powder coating as one option. There are several reasons why you should instead choose PChrome spray chrome over powder coating. PChrome chrome spray offers multiple advantages over both powder coating and chrome plating. Understanding the powder coating process When you powder coat your object,

10 Hurdles Automotive DIY Painters Commonly Face

If you are new to auto painting, it is important that you understand some common problems that many people face with their finishes. By understanding them, you can prevent them from happening and correct existing problems. One of the best things you can do is to take the time to adequately prepare the surface of your vehicle. Doing so can

What is an HVLP Paint Sprayer?

One of the best things about PChrome chrome spray kits is that they can be used with the painting equipment that you already have, including an HPLV paint gun. When you choose PChrome, you will not need to go out and buy new, expensive equipment. We understand that many shops prefer using their HVLP paint guns, and there is no
Little Tricks To Achieve The Best Results In Spray Chrome

Little Tricks To Achieve The Best Results In Spray Chrome

If you are thinking about ordering a PChrome spray chrome kit, but you are unsure of how to use it, there are certain tips and tricks that you can follow when you are using chrome spray paint to achieve the glorious mirror chrome luster that you want. Here is some information to help you get started. What is spray on
What You Need To Know When Choosing An Automotive Paintshop

What You Need To Know When Choosing An Automotive Paint shop

If you are needing to get a new paint job for your vehicle, you'll want to make certain that you choose a good paint shop. If the chrome on your car has rust spots or scratches, you'll also want to make certain that the shop that you choose has the ability to refinish those features as well. An auto painting
Spray Chrome Can Make You Tons Of Cash. Here's How!

Spray Chrome Can Make You Tons Of Cash. Here’s How!

If you are like most people, you probably love the attractive beauty and shine of chrome. Many people would love to have their own chroming businesses, but they are scared off by the hazards and regulations involved. Starting a spray chrome business is an excellent alternative. When you choose PChrome, you can get started without needing to store large amounts

What Are the Health Risks Associated with Chrome Plating?

Hexavalent chromium, which is also known as chromic acid, is used in the chrome electroplating process for finishing metal. It is highly toxic and must be handled carefully. The health risks associated with chrome plating are numerous. People may develop cancer and suffer damage to their kidneys, lungs, eyes, skin, livers and respiratory systems. Because of the health risks associated
The Difference between Hard Chrome Plating, Nickel-Chrome plating & Spray Chrome

The Difference between Hard Chrome Plating, Nickel-Chrome plating & Spray Chrome

People are attracted by the shiny, reflective surface that chrome can provide. The mirror-like finish can give a clean, high-end look to whatever it adorns, mesmerizing all who see it. Many people have misconceptions about chrome and do not understand the difference between hard-chrome plating, nickel-chrome plating and spray chrome. Here is a guide to help you understand how each

Thermal Spraying, Hard Chrome Plating, Or Spray Chrome?

For decades, hard chrome plating has been used to provide corrosion, erosion and wear resistance while also providing a high-gleam mirrored surface. The process does have limits according to the size of the part and thickness buildup. Because the process requires highly toxic acids and chemicals, hard chrome plating is heavily regulated, driving the costs of the process up because