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Spray chrome isn’t a regular paint and it takes some practice at the beginning to properly understand how to achieve perfect results. When our customers first start using Cosmichrome they may have some imperfections in their final results, and at...
Spray chrome it is not a regular paint and it takes some practice at the beginning to properly understand how to achieve perfect results. When our customers first start using Cosmichrome they may have some imperfections in their final results,...
Achieving a perfect chrome spray plating is easy when you remain aware of all the parameters that can have an impact on the results. These parameters are many and range from temperature levels, humidity, dust, fingerprints, improper plasma treatment, and...
Here at Cosmichrome we love to share images from our Cosmichrome spray chrome applicators. We know that the quality of the images they post can really have an impact on the visibility and growth their companies can achieve. As a...
The cup test is a key test to help you identify if your Cosmichrome® Select e-Gun™ is spraying accurately during the plating step. To achieve a high-quality finish, your Select e-Gun™ should be spraying equal parts of G4 and G5...
Learning how to properly prepare a substrate is key to achieve best possible results using the Cosmichrome® finish. Any imperfections on the substrate, if not corrected, will appear even more evident once the metal is applied over the Cosmichrome® Basecoat....
Learning how to do a glass test can be a helpful technique for troubleshooting. It helps determine if your chemicals and machine are operating properly. If the Cosmichrome finish on glass is good then it will be good on the basecoat provided...
To have a proper application with Cosmichrome products, you will need pure distilled water. Impure water can contaminate your part. It is possible that your distilled water is not pure enough for the Cosmichrome plating process.  Therefore, always test the...