Chrome Deletes

Many auto enthusiasts
consider chrome trim
to be an outdated look.


Chrome delete involves covering factory “chrome- look” surfaces with vinyl giving your vehicle a sleek, sophisticated look.

The factory “chrome-look” on moldings, grills and bumpers can peel and corrode over time detracting from the look of your car. Vinyl applied over these surfaces will protect the surface and provide a modern look without being too overstated. 

Most often the chrome delete is replaced with a black look. In addition to a solid black vinyl, textured vinyl, carbon fibre or brushed aluminum are also common options. Specific colors are also available to match or contrast your vehicle paint.     

The options are endless. A little accent to your vehicle can completely change the look.

chrome trim before chrome delete is applied
Chrome Delete Before
chrome delete is applied to chrome trim on trim parts of car
Chrome Delete After
a completed chrome delete project on all chrome trim of car
closeup of a chrome delete on window trim of car

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