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    Refurbishing chrome bezels and trim on dash

     



    Wondering if anyone has ever tried Molotow Liquid Chrome pens to dress up chrome on plastic bezels and trim rings around gauges, etc. I understand this product is popular with model builders and provides a super reflective chrome finish. I don't see why it wouldn't work on plastic trim in an actual car....anybody with experience?

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    For ten bucks, I would gamble on it;
    https://www.amazon.com/Molotow-ONE4A...P8CYF9FP7MGQNQ

    I order one to have, just to try it.
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    This is as close to chrome as I've ever seen. I found dabbing it on rather than wiping worked the best, then let it dry thoroughly before handling. I applied it to a chromed plastic piece, it's pretty hard to tell the difference.

    $10.00 for chrome touch up or adding accents, this is a keeper for me.
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