Chrome Restoration Birmingham

We understand that chrome restoration is important. Oxidation and rust can tarnish your chrome, leaving it in an ugly, unpresentable state. Even high-quality chrome, which can take longer to tarnish, eventually corrodes.

Our chrome restoration services are first-class, and we are dedicated to making these services accessible, affordable and commendable. With a cumulative level of experience numbering over 70 years in the industry, you can look forward to a team of friendly experts, capable of restoring the chrome on a car part as easily as we can on a door handle.

Chrome Vehicle Restoration

We carry out sensitive chrome restoration work for vehicles of all kinds. If your antique or classic machine has seen better days, we can restore it to its former glory. Processes include chrome dipping, coating and repair work depending on the degree of deterioration. We will offer our expert recommendation for the best approach on a case-by-case basis. We work on:

  • Classic and vintage cars
  • Motorcycles
  • Gold plating
  • Bumper re-chroming
  • Boats and marine
  • Bicycles
  • Scooters
  • Wheels
  • Exhausts
  • Car ornaments
  • Metal emblems
  • Nuts, bolts and metal trims

Other Chrome Items We Restore

While vehicle parts are the most popular use for chrome, they are not the only items it is used for. We service a variety of chrome items, such as:

  • Cutlery
  • Mirrors
  • Machine parts
  • Jewellery
  • Furniture
  • And many more

Chrome Restoration FAQs

While chromium metal is known for its corrosion-resistance properties, it is not immune. With enough time, wear and tear will become apparent. When this happens (or preferably before), make sure to have your chrome serviced to keep it in pristine condition.

Yes. While severe pitting can lead to complications, most forms of pitting can be fixed professionally. The earlier you catch pitting in your chrome parts, the more likely it is that it can be restored to its former glory.

Some problems with chrome can be dealt with without a professional. Dull chrome, for example, can usually be fixed with a combination of vinegar and water, soaked with a cloth and applied to the dull sections. Pitting, corrosion, and deep scratches need to be tended by a professional, as this can require treatments such as buffing and recoating.  

Contact Us For More Information About Chrome Restoration In Birmingham

Interested? Contact us today for a free, no strings attached consultation with one of our professionals.

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