Electroplating

Learn how to apply a DIY chrome-like finish

Electroplating and DIY Chrome

Chrome and other metals have long played a major role in automotive design, and getting that chrome and other metal to look classically beautiful on restoration projects is where our electroplating supplies and equipment come into play.

Whether it’s to create the look of DIY chrome-plating, or the blackening of hardware, or even cadmium plating, Eastwood has electroplating kits, aerosol paints and anodize removers to help you bring back the original brilliant luster of all the metal on your restoration project or your daily driver. Our Tin-Zinc Electroplating System also adds a corrosion-resistant, protective plating to the metal.

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Spray inside doors and rockers where painting won't be required.

Starting at: $15.99

Stops rust, and protects the underside of your car!

Starting at: $22.99

Seal the bottom of your vehicle and make it look new again!
Only $79.99
Seal the bottom of your vehicle and make it look new again!
Only $49.99
Encapsulates rust and prevents spreading; leave as is, or top-coat
Only $54.99
Stop rust in its tracks, then seal cracks, crevices and body seams
Only $54.99
Nano-ceramics for long-lasting heat resistance; red, silver or black

Starting at: $39.99

Customize calipers, brake drums, and rotor hats; withstands 500°F
Only $10.99
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