The acid will remove any remaining plating, it will also remove the rust and overspray on the back of the bumper pieces.
Well, Jim and the boys will be removing the parts from the acid in the morning. Hopefully, I can get back over to Custom Metal Finishers this weekend to continue working on my bumpers. Thanks to Jim for giving me my "Chromeplating 101" training and allowing me to spend the day at their shop. I'm looking forward to returning and learning about the plating steps.
I have seen a lot of finished pieces that come out of the Custom Metal Finishers shop and I can say they do fantastic work. They are real perfectionists, and take great pride in what leaves their shop. Several members of the Righteous Rodders have had parts chromed for the rods and bikes at Custom Metal Finishers. If you would like to learn more about their operation, you can email them at: Chromeplater1@yahoo.com Or you can call them toll free at 1-866-489-4089.