What Is the Difference between Chrome and Stainless Steel?

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Stainless steel is an alloy in which chromium is alloyed with iron to create a metal which is durable and does not rust. Chrome on the other hand is a chromium finish applied on top of another metal separating base metal from the air. Both metals have a similar look and have almost the same pricing.
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Chrome plated is using electric plating method to have a layer of chrome plated on top of the metal, (usually iron or steel. ) because of the nature of the chrome it will prevent
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What are the different grades of stainless steel? With over 150 grades of this stain and corrosion resistant metal available, the question can seem daunting. Luckily, only a handful
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Chrome plating tends to be cheaper. It's just a thin layer on the outside of the part, like paint. Because of this chrome plating tends to be brittle and gets chips and scratches
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