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Will the metal badge plating color never fade?
- Nov 23, 2018 -

Our common metal badges are made of materials such as iron, copper, zinc alloy, etc. They look high-grade and exquisite, the surface must have a plating layer, and the plating layer plays a protective role.


Common plating colors are gold, pearl nickel, bronze, ancient bronze, rose gold and so on. Will the metal badge plating color never fade?


In the case of gold, real gold is expensive, and only when the customer specifically states that it is necessary to use real gold, we will give the gold plating. Other general plating of ordinary gold, neither as easy to oxidize color as imitation gold, nor expensive as real gold. Fading generally has three reasons: First, the bottom layer is not good, gold plating should be silver-plated, copper or nickel plating will change color, because copper or nickel will spread to the gold layer. Second, the gold plating layer is too thin and too thin. The third is to wash thoroughly without pure water.


Metal products are more susceptible to oxidative fading in humid environments, so if the customer is not using it properly, for example, just wash your hands, water stains on your hands, or touch the scorpion on your hands, 搓 metal badge, then I believe No matter how good the plating is, it can't stand the customer's groaning. The general badge is not on the chest or in the box and does not play with him. The plating color will not fall off quickly.


Therefore, whether a product can be used for a long time is not only a problem of product quality itself, but also whether the user is properly maintained. Some customers come up and ask if they will never fade, then we can't guarantee that they will never fade, just the length of time.


As long as the use is appropriate, the collection method is correct, a qualified metal badge guarantees that the time of no fading is generally not faded within 2 years. Some customers say that it will be ugly after two years of fading. Wouldn’t it be scrapped? In fact, think about it, the sterling silver plaque commemorative coins issued by the state will be oxidized, let alone the metal badge of ordinary materials. What we do is not commemorative coins and medals. We are making metal badges, mainly for timely occasions such as annual meetings, exhibitions, and gifts.