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powder coat chrome

March 22 2018 at 6:59 AM

Eddie G  (Login Gio0052)


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It looks like chrome but if it gets over baked it will turn grey, also you half bake it and then you have to put a coat of clear powder coat fully baked at 400 deg. for 20 min. then it will look like chrome, go on line to www.prismaticpowders.com

Super Chrome
Item: USS-4482
Description:
Super Chrome is the industry's brightest and most reflective chrome powder coating on the market. With unparalleled chrome appearance and unmatched reflectivity, it replicates real chrome better than any other chrome powder available. This color is a polyurethane solid tone powder coat and has a high gloss finish.

To maintain a true chrome like appearance, a top coat of Clear Vision (PPS 2974) is required. Alternatively, any Prismatic transparent, candy, or various gloss clears, may be used depending on your desired finish.

Spend $100 = 1 FREE lb. of Prismatic Powder! Prismatic Powders would like to give you a free pound of; Ink Black PSS-0106, Clear Vision PPS 2974, or Super Chrome USS 4482 with any and every purchase over $100! Please keep in mind that the item MUST be in the cart. You will then enter the promo code of; FREEINK, FREECLEAR, or FREE CHROME!

High Gloss: 85+ Gloss Units

 
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