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Old 03-28-2012, 10:45 AM
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Caswell Reprochrome

Looks like you got some pretty good results though.
A big part of the reason I am looking into the reprochrome is the cost.
I need parts plated for my clients. Some of the original parts I deal with are in pretty poor condition and many are white metal castings. I can spend the time doing the prep work but can't afford to pay a shop to do it.
I am in California so chrome is out and I like the less or non-toxic reprochrome process. I just don't know how it compares with chrome.

I do find it strange that I can't find any users on the Caswell site.
Thanks,
Dean
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