apparently you aren't familiar with the purpose of Plasti Dip. It was never meant to be a permanent solution but more an affordable way to change the look of your car without having to permanently change it. that way Mr. 98 Stang could redo his wheels in the color and finish of his liking without risking a crappy paint job and ruining his nice wheels. then when the time comes to change to the wheel and finish he really wants he could peel the dip and sell them as a nice chrome wheel. If the best dipped wheels you've seen looks like a beat up breaker bar then despite seeing many examples you have not seen any done right. I have personally done several sets of wheels and all look extremely presentable, and none of which you'd expect to be a coating you could just peel off to return to stock whenever you chose. I'm no expert when it comes to refinishing chrome wheels but being that chrome is a very hard surface I'd expect it to need more than a scuffing or sanding by hand to make it ready to paint. If you're going to go through the process to blast the surface to refinish imo you're better off selling the nice wheels you have and getting something else. If the chrome was trashed and you wanted to salvage the wheels, then that's a different story.