I hope we can't compare a $5 rattle can of "chrome" colored paint with a
process that's applied with an $8K sprayer/mixer. As posted before... this
is not a DIY home product. It's a franchise application ............
probably aimed at body shops.
1975 TR6 with:
Throttle Body Injection
Toyota 5 Speed
Nissan Diff & CVJs
From: Jim Muller
Sent: Saturday, July 23, 2011 7:08 PM
Subject: Re: [TR] Fw: [DiRT] Spray on Chrome paint demo by Jay Leno
On 23 Jul 2011 at 11:41, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> It works on anything. Metal, plastic, paper.
> The place I saw was in Nashville, but I'm sure its country wide.
Hmmm. I saw somewhere recently a comment from someone who'd tried a
chrome paint, perhaps spray-on. I don't recall where, maybe in Bike
Forums or maybe even in a Triumph-oriented comment. The author did
NOT like the result. It looked okay but came/rubbed/wore off too
easily. His conclusion was that it was rubbish.
But I'm just reporting what I read somewhere on the Internet. You
can believe everything you read on the Internet. At least that's
what someone worte on the Internet.
'80 Spitfire, '70 GT6+