The majority of chrome trim in ’60s-’80s automotive interiors was achieved by using vacuum metalized plastics. Over time, the finish can get worn down and begin to deteriorate. If you want to restore your OEM dashboard, instrument cluster bezels, center consoles, armrests, HVAC vents, etc., then you’ve come to the right place.
In addition to interior chrome restoration vacuum chrome is also used for all interior and exterior light reflectors.
Some exterior plastic trim is vacuum chrome but the majority is traditionally electroplated plastic which is not something we can help with.
Mueller Corporation has over 20 years of experience in vacuum metalized chrome restoration. At one time our doors were open to restoration shops around the country, however, we found that the quality of the stripping and preparation process was inconsistent. To ensure that our customers are receiving top-quality results, we have since entered an exclusive agreement with Instrument Specialties, a leading restoration shop that specializes in full dash restoration, including interior chrome restoration, gauges, clocks, and beyond.
Contact Instrument Specialties now to receive an automotive restoration quote, and make sure to mention that Mueller Corporation sent you.