This is as close to getting chrome on your plastic parts for that realistic look. I tried several chrome paints such as Dupli Color chrome, but they do not provide that authentic feeling. The initial price shock may be encountered, but it is worth the price considering all the work you do on making your model. Additionally, the spray can goes a long way since you are only spraying the modelís trims rather than the entire body. You will need to prep the parts by spraying them gloss black prior to using Alcald. I use Tamiya black (TAM85014) which is lacquer based just like Alcad. Once painted, wait a day before buffing the Alclad chrome and afterwards you will find a smooth reflective chrome finish.
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