Hey guys, A customer came up to our shop last week scheduling an appointment to get a car he just bought checked over to make sure it runs well and has no issues. Not sure about the year but its an Infinity M37 (maybe, wasnt really paying attention) He was asking one of the mechanics is there is anything he can do to prevent the 18"chrome wheels from corroding and eventually flaking off in pieces. Ive seen it happen to about a million Chryslers. The mechanic pulled me over to talk to him about it... and honeslty, I dont know. Ive worked in a tire shop for the past 5 years and know that the areas that start flaking in to pieces start with the barrels and inner lip that is pushed up against the bead of the tire. I told him that I would ask around for a solution and talk with him again when he returns for the inspection. Would OG prevent chrome from flaking? I know it would help against corrosion from starting but I am aware that flaking can be the result of multiple things. I would trust that Nissan/Infinity has a higher quality chroming process than Chrysler. But I have no idea. I just dont want to tell him yes, pay me to coat them, then have them fail later down the line.