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Old 10-21-2007, 01:35 PM
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I'm looking for another project. In the past few years the paint jobs have gotten to be outraeous, very hard to to some of the latest ones. I was thinking about doing something different. I have seen a new chrome paint process that supposibly works on anything. Anyone try it, see it in person or have any info as to how it will hold up in our environment?

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Gino, looked and talked to a couple company's about it, was going to paint a boat chrome, takes a special sprayer and is a 3 part process. most of the work that has been done is on smaller items, it can be done but would have to be in smaller stages because of the steps, dry time, and overall time to do a boat.
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I know some people that have used these products with great result just on smaler items.
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My bilge is done in Multi-Chrome from Alsa
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It can look pretty damn cool if it's done right
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Holy ball bearings!
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It can look pretty damn cool if it's done right
That is cool. It would be awesome on a boat can you imagine the tan lines you could create in a 1000 yard radius
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That is the S**t!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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My bilge is done in Multi-Chrome from Alsa

Let's see a pic.
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