After drying overnight, the chrome painted parts were dry and looking promising. The bathroom faucet seemed to have some debris or badly painted bumps, so I sanded it lightly with 0000 steel wool. The sanding took a good deal of the sheen off, and left it looking like it had received a coat of watered down black paint. I guess if you are going for the well used look, this might be just fine. Sorry I forgot to take that photo!
These are test pieces, so I decided to go all of the way with them just to see how good or bad the results would be. I added the sinks and toilet to the metallic pieces ans sprayed them with the Mod Podge gloss.
I DO NOT recommend this! It seemed to actually dull and crackle the chrome finish, and now the sinks and toilet look like they have debris in the finish. :0( Not sure if it is just the Mod Podge, or the reaction that the chrome paint would have with any aerosol varnish.
Back to the drawing board... With the new pieces, I am going to try wet sanding, priming, white spray acrylic for the sinks and toilet, and the chrome again for the fixtures. Maybe I'll try Triple Thick to add the shine. More updates to come...