Easy Chrome is a chrome paint that provides a water-proof chrome finish that looks like real chrome. It can be used to repair real chrome as well as scratched, dented, or rusted chrome.
Easy Chrome can be applied to different types of surfaces like metal, wood, plastic, glass, or any non-porous surface.
“Easy Chrome is very durable even without a topcoat,” according to Isaac Banoun, CEO of Alsa. “It can endure high-heat and has the durability and mirror-like finish of real chrome.”
The product is available in spray cans and kits; and colored finishes. Alsa has promoted 2 colors for Easy Chrome: Rose Gold and Copper Rose Gold. Custom colors are available on special request.
- Will not dull out after topcoat ~ Topcoat optional, wheels require a topcoat
- Will not fade for many years ~ 10-year warranty
- 70% solids ~ It is like Glass!
- Shines like real chrome!
- Easy to use!
See Easy Chrome Application Guides and Notes below.
Alsa Brush On Chrome Paint
Easy Chrome Application (No Topcoat)
customspraymods published Feb 1, 2018
“In this video I use the Alsa Easy Chrome spray paint. Its probably the best chrome I have seen in paint form. Its versatile and easy to use.”
Easy Chrome Application Notes
DRYNESS IS THE KEY TO A MIRROR FINISH.
MAKE SURE YOUR COAT IS BONE DRY BEFORE PROCEEDING TO ANOTHER STEP IN THE GUIDE(S) BELOW.
Note: All kits include 3 speedshapes, which you can use to test and practice the application. You may dip the base-coated speedshape in the Easy Chrome paint to test. Dunk it halfway in, let it dry, and it’s done. The other 2 non-base-coated speedshapes can be used to practice your basecoat and DRYING times. You can brush, spray, or dip them. It is recommended that you do this before starting.
Must-Do: Before applying Easy Chrome paint, you must test the dryness of the basecoat using a small brush (just a couple small swipes). If it doesn’t turn into a mirror finish within 30 seconds, the basecoat is not dry enough. It needs to wait in heat.