The first step in making repairs to stainless trim is light sanding to show the high and l
Not all that Shines is Chrome
Another type of bright work that Sherm's can work magic on is stainless steel. Much of the trim on the cars we know and love is made from stainless. And while there is no plating required, it's not unusual for stainless parts to suffer dings and dents or worse, fortunately stainless is tough stuff that can often be saved.
Much like bodywork, the procedure to repair damaged stainless is to use carefully wielded hammers and dollies (in some cases silver solder is used to repair rips and tears), which is followed by careful sanding and buffing. The end results are parts that are good as new and shine like chrome.
Unlike bodywork there's no filler of any kind used in fixing stainless, so the quality of
Once the dents and dings are removed, a variety of buffing wheels and compounds are used t
When properly done, the finished piece is perfectly straight and shines like chrome.