FAQ

A: No, but it can be anodised to protect it.

A: No, but it can be bright anodised to give it that chrome look.

A: No, but you can zinc plate for protection or chrome it for looks.

A: No, but we can strip old chromezincnickel and anodising.

A: No, it gives a very inconsistent coating.

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A: No we cannot, but we can help get a similar finish by Bright Silver Anodising it.

A: Yes, we can sort that for you as we have our own
polishing department and we also work closely with a local polisher for a number of jobs.

A: Yes. For our blue zincsilver anodised and decorative black anodised finishes.

A: The European Union Restriction on the use of Hazardous Substances restricts the use of lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls or polybrominated diphenyl ethers in electrical and electronic equipment.

A: We copper strike which is a thin copper coating.

A: As you can imagine the price will vary for all items, size, quantity and finish required are all factors. So we are happy to give a free quote on every job. (Some items will need to be seen to give an accurate price.)

A: Yes it is. So it's always better to keep it waxed, (with a wax based car polish) after it's done, to prolong it's life (and it looks better too).