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How to restore chrome commercial faucets?

May 4, 2010

My name is Keith Fuller, I live in the mid west and own a Commercial cleaning service, a lot of my buildings bathroom faucets are in good working condition but look bad because the chrome plating is gone. I see a business opportunity for a new business if there is a inexpensive way of restoring these faucets, which are the best systems and processes? please help.

Keith Fuller
Business owner - Minooka, Illinois, USA

First of two simultaneous responses -- May 5, 2010

No such animal as "cheap" chrome that you would want your name attached to. That and it is a dirty nasty business with all kinds of tree huggers after you.

James Watts
- Navarre, Florida

Second of two simultaneous responses -- May 5, 2010

For starters read the FAQ on chrome plating

It is almost certainly cheaper to replace the old faucets than it is to properly refurbish them.

Jon Barrows
Jon Barrows, MSF, EHSSC
Springfield, Missouri

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