I recently purchased a used turntable, a Technics SL-6. It is one of those small linear tracking tables made approx. thirty years ago. The buttons on the front were originally chrome-plated plastic. I know it is chrome and not paint, because it is conductive. The chrome has pitted quite badly. I have found a process on eBay using household cleaners to remove all the chrome from these pieces, and I'd like to paint them a silvery color. But I have concerns about durability of paint over plastic. This plastic sort of feels a lot like the styrene which models are made from, in terms of weight. Any opinions here on a super-durable (because I need to touch the buttons) paint for plastic? Am I nuts in shooting these with a Testors metallic silver paint? Or... If anyone knows where I can send a few small pieces to have them re-finished in chrome, that would be awesome, too. Just don't know how expensive it might be. Any and all input is welcome!