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Old 03-25-2012, 09:08 PM
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Can chrome clads be powder coated with out removing the plastic cover?


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No. They can't because you have to bake the powder usually 400+ degrees(depending on the media used) which will melt the plastic.
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I am thanking about plastdip or painting them because when I got them I notice some of the chrome is peeling


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Plastidip works great, especially if you just want to try it to see how it will look.
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I have two cans of it on its way? The chrome that is peeling should I cut it off Before I plastdip?


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Would have to see how bad it is.
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Sorry for the poor pics it is dark out the first pic I JB weld it so it would not come off not sure how it will hold.will take better pics in the am


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Can the chrome clads be recoated?


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