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    Very tempted to buy this kit come bonus... Anyone seen this process before?

    http://www.customcreationpaints.co.uk/page.html?id=15

    its £150 for an 8sq ft kit (£200 for 16) and will cover a fair bit. Got a price for carbon dipping engine covers for a similar price but I'm now thinking of chroming them on the CDTI...

    Its a 5 stage process and you get the hand held spray bottles provided, would be tempted then to try on other bits to tie stuff in...

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    yep seen this on youtube would like to do something with my engine bay too. You buy the kit lee and see if its any good lol

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    Silver nitrate gets oxydized very, very quickly. How do they keep it shiny over time ?

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