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What's the difference between Triple Chrome, Copy Chrome™ and Electroless Krome™

Triple Chrome is a real chrome plate and is applied in three steps: Copper, Nickel, then Chrome. It uses chromic acid, which is a dangerous chemical. Triple Chrome now includes Flash Copper, which allows it to plate onto most metals. Copy Chrome is a nickel based product, with additives that make it look like a chrome plate. It's not real chrome. It's much safer to use and applies in one step. Electroless Krome is similar to Copy Chrome, except that it's an electroless product. You don't need a power source or anodes.
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  1. Lance Caswell

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