Once you've bought your materials a professional powdercoat will be cheaper.
Seriously, some places will do them for £30, and to a standard and durability you won't match at home.
The guys I use are a five minute drive from my house, never charge me more then £15+VAT and the frames always come out perfect.
There's no way I'd do a DIY paint-job, but I like doing the stripping and tidying-up beforehand.
I also found a chrome plater even closer to my house. I had a set of forks done a bit ago and they looked ace
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