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Chrome REVERSE ETCH QUESTIONS

(1999)

I RUN A CONTINUOUS HARD CHROME PLATER...USING A CLEANER... ACID SALTS ...THEN PLATING .. I AM BUILDING A TEST ''DIP TANK'' AND AM LOOKING FOR INFO. ON REVERSE ETCHING ....CAN IT STRIP CHROME ..PAINT ..RUST ..ETC ANY HELP WOUD REALLY SAVE ME A LOT OF EXPERIMENTAL TIME ...THANK YOU JIM

JIM LOVITZ
- KAUKAUNA, Wisconsin


February 29, 2009

Hi, Jim . The chrome etch is intended to give tooth to the surface you are chrome plating. I don't think it's a proper paint remover or rust remover.

Regards,

Ted Mooney, finishing.com Teds signature
Ted Mooney, P.E.
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Pine Beach, New Jersey



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