If you don't get a response, here's a read that
will give you enough info to ask serious
questions of local plating shops:
However, I learned the hard way on this. I had
a seriously pitted bumper on a 911 that should
have been refused by the plating guy or perhaps
done with thick copper and polishing.
Instead, they did a lot of grinding and
polishing on the steel. The waviness in the
finished job reflected light all over the
place--ugly. And, something that dollars
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