The more I read about this system and process the more I learn and realize.
Sure, all the big name car manufacturers use these types of equipment and processes to chrome parts of the cars we purchase. Thatís no big secret. For the most part the cars look great on the showroom floors. However, one thing I have noticed is that all these parts over time begin bubbling and peeling for no apparent reason. That in itself should tell you something about itís durability.
This process is still in itís infancy as being marketed to shops as an add-on product service or start up business. However, I see it getting a Maaco or Earl Schieb reputation in the near future. I guess you would have to decide whether you want to associate your name or business with it.