Eastwood Liquid Chrome

    Item #12451Z Brand: Eastwood

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    Paint-On Chrome - Is it possible, that there is a paint that closely resembles chrome? Surprisingly, YES! With careful surface prep, you can achieve a surface that approaches the reflectivity of chrome. This paint is unlike any other you may have used. Just start with a perfectly smooth glossy black surface & apply a few light mist coats of Eastwood Liquid Chrome followed by (12452Z) Eastwood Liquid Chrome Clear and a Urethane clear for greater durability. Provides the perfect accent for custom graphics or as a substitute for CHROME! Apply by airbrush with #5 tip or jamb/touchup gun. 1/2 pint covers 10-15 sq. ft.

    About Eastwood Liquid Chrome

    Paint-On Chrome - Is it possible, that there is a paint that closely resembles chrome? Surprisingly, YES! With careful surface prep, you can achieve a surface that approaches the reflectivity of chrome. This paint is unlike any other you may have used. Just start with a perfectly smooth glossy black surface & apply a few light mist coats of Eastwood Liquid Chrome followed by (12452Z) Eastwood Liquid Chrome Clear and a Urethane clear for greater durability. Provides the perfect accent for custom graphics or as a substitute for CHROME! Apply by airbrush with #5 tip or jamb/touchup gun. 1/2 pint covers 10-15 sq. ft.


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    Could get moe for you money. (Posted on 4/3/13)
    Review by Johnny with. www.tarheelrestoration.com
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    Works good on plastic, also on non-lead contained metals. Discovered tricks, tweaked out imperfections and modified the actual chemicals to be able to actually do higher quality Chroming on quality pieces, with a little research and playing around with liquid Chrome, it's a solid and not just a simple cheap base!!!!! Overall I'm satisfied.
    looks good (Posted on 2/19/10)
    Review by Jeff
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    its a long process. i suggest practice first. then tons of sanding and buffing before you get started on the chrome. for metal stuff might as well send it to be rechromed, but for restoring plastic parts this is a good way to go. i restored my 1966 Barracuda dash panels and it turned out OK. looks a little more like polished aluminum than chrome, but maybe thats better, because it gets pretty shiney in there on a sunny day. all in all this chrome kit is as good as the operator applying it, so be ready to have patience. Only one product complaint: should come with a bigger bottle of the chrome.

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