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I would like to know how do you prove that an object is IP plated? Since recently I took an alloy watch case to be IP plated, and after the factory plated it I took it to do a do a test and the compositional came out to be 1st base copper, 2nd base nickel and than top coat chromium so does it prove that it IP plated?
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