Deleting chrome on your vehicle is a cost-effective way of expressing yourself in a low-profile manner, while simultaneously protecting your chrome trim.
Chrome Delete FAQ:
What is a chrome delete?
Most commercially available chrome deletes come as pre cut kits. A chrome delete is done by wrapping the chrome portions of the vehicle. Any small parts that are too intricate to be wrapped, are templated, removed, painted then reinstalled. Ultimately, chrome deletes protect the chrome beneath, preventing it from getting scratched.
What do you remove from the vehicle when you do a chrome delete?
We remove the window trims, template and remove badges, and wrap each piece individually.
What is the difference between a matte, gloss, and satin chrome delete?
All of those terms refer to different sheens available. The more sheen, the more the chrome delete will reflect light and seem to shine. Gloss has the highest sheen, while flat (which is sometimes called “matte”) has very little or no sheen. Gloss is very easy to wipe down and wash, while low-gloss takes a little more effort to clean. This makes higher gloss chrome deletes stand out. A satin (or “eggshell”) finish is much more forgiving of holes and patches than a chrome delete with more sheen.