There are many spray chrome coatings available to you to buy and some are very well known such as Hydro chrome, cosmichrome etc. while others are not and to be perfectly honest, a lot of the chrome spray which is available on the UK market is of substandard and has been produced in Asian countries. We spray Anything not only produces the best chrome spray in the uk but a full chrome spraying service as well.
These chrome applications have little or no quality control in their production and the only aim being is to mass produce the chrome coatings as cheap as possible.
Here at We Spray Anything, we produce the highest quality chrome coating and our professional sprayers apply this UK manufactured quality chrome paint to your items with the highest standards possible.
What is Chrome Spraying?
Chrome spraying is the application of a spray on coating of silver nitrate so in essence, it is reflective sliver, a chemical reaction takes place during the manufacturing process which in turn gives up to a 98% reflection rate when complete.
Using our chrome paint has major benefits over traditional chrome plating as chrome plating is an electro-plating dipping process. This process is limited on the type of sub straight & the size of the tanks.
Also this process is very toxic with a lot of waste produced.
So what are the advantages of our spray chrome process.
- Any surface can be coated.
- Better for the environment.
- Will never rust.
- Slivering is flexible.
- Can be over coated with colours & hydrographics
- Can be applied as a see through silver coating on glass for instance.
- Different levels of sheen can be achieved.
- Complicated items can be silvered.
- No limit on size, even airplanes and boats have been coated.
Over 5 years we have developed our own system in the uk, this product has also been tested by a verified brand name international paint company as the best silver they have ever seen or tested.
This is a core attribute within our franchise concept which is being rolled out nationwide. That is how much faith we have in our Chrome Spray as a product.
What surface can be coated to give the best chrome spray effect?
We have worked on metal, wood, mdf, glass, grp, carbon fibre, fiberglass, 3d printed materials, shoes, basketballs ,mannequins, ceramics, leather etc etc
We can also achieve different levels of chrome finish depending on textures.
Preparation for Spray Chrome
This will depend on what you are working on! Some surfaces can be coated direct while others require a base coat before the spray chrome is applied.
Keeping your work clean is most important at this stage.
Our Spray Chrome Process
Once the system is set up the technique for applying the silver is quite straight forward.
Protecting The Silver
Unlike traditional chrome the silver needs a protective layer and therefore needs to be protected by a tinted clear spray application.Clear coat as it is otherwise known.
Depending on the use of the item different uv clears can be used. Care must be taken at this point in the way the clear coat is applied, light dust coat to start with and then additional layers to build up the shine.
The clears will take a little of the reflection away, but if carried out correctly, a brilliant reflective finish can be achieved.Once allowed to dry through effects can be added, candy colours, hydrographics or airbrush work to enhance the reflective finish.
The process is not to replace chrome plating but to offer another solution and if applied correctly can give stunning results.
Remember this is a spray paint process and is not indestructible, so just remember where this process is to be used.
Who Do we work with?
We have worked with high street retailers such as Banana Republic and Harrods as well as Norton Motorbikes and Ferrari and of course, we work with people just like you.
What’s next for you?
Contact us here for further information on how we can give your item the best chrome finish in the UK, we assure you, you will be over the moon with the finished product.
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