Gold electroplating is a technique by which gold is placed on the surface of another metal object with a thin coat or a layer. Classic, rich-looking gold-plated products are frequently used with metal lights and high-quality decorations, and other luxury items. To apply the finish by dipping the article in a gold bath instead of gold-colored foils, gold plating is used. This plating is very resistant to oxidation.
The best visual appeal and versatility make it a valuable item. Some of the characteristic properties of gold plating are corrosion resistance, heat protection, reflectivity, and wear resistance.