Forgive me if this is in the wrong place and slightly off topic but I didn't know where else to put it. I have a McElroy "stream key" with a tear drop base that belonged to my late Father, the original holder of W4HIJ. It's in working order but over the years wear and tear and time in general have done a number on the chrome finish. I've cleaned it before but there are places the chrome finish is completely missing. I'd love to be able to have it restored to new looking condition by 'rechroming" it. Is something like that even possible? Where in the world would one go to inquire about having something like that done? I remember seeing a restored boat anchor rig where the owner had had some chrome work done and it's been in the back of my mind to have this key done ever since. Any suggestions anyone has would be great. I can still remember my Father telling me the story of how he worked for 25 cents an hour at a grocery store when he was a teenager to buy that key. Not sure if he was exaggerating or not!
Tnx and 73,