6 x 11 Thin Sheet Chrome Foil

This is the 6 x 11 Thin Sheet Chrome Foil by Bare Metal Foil.

Bare-Metal-Foil 6 x 11 Thin Sheet Chrome Foil Miscellaneous Hobby Building Supply #1
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Bare Metal Foil Item # bmf1
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  • Bare-Metal-Foil Product Number: 1
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"Difficult for beginners, but still unbeatable"
e.coxe
This material is fantastic! Although, it is difficult for beginners, once you get the hang of applying it the finished appearance is unbeatable for achieving that shiny chrome look. Have plenty of Q-tips on hand, as they get shredded pretty quickly during the embossing process. And try to save your scraps, because they can be used again to patch small imperfections in your application.

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Specs

  • Bare-Metal-Foil Product Number: 1

Includes

  • 1 Chrome Foil

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Reviews

  
 
"BMF1 Chrome has been improved"
rarem37
I have used the BMF1 foil for over 20 years. I noticed on the last few batches that it had a sticker that stated it was new and improved. I have to agree. The adhesive is much better and it is less prone to wrinkling. The new BMF1 Chrome is also less prone to curl when you peel it off of the backing than the BMF7 Ultra Bright Foil. You still need to use a new sharp blade to cut it, but the new changes are great.

 
"bare metal foil - new improved"
mbressman0877
I have used this product for 5 years now, but quit using it to try out the new chrome pen that is on the market. after using the pen, I found I like Bare Metal foil better. it may be slower but the results are well worth it. the cost, ease of using it and the finished look just can't be beat. my latest project was the Revell London double decker bus and I used it exclusively. it works great wherever chrome trim is called for. like I said the only draw back is time, it has to be cut, applied, trimmed, and burnished. but in the model hobby, if you rush and don't take the time, your model shows how much to time you spent on it.

 
"Gives a realistic look"
demarko11j (California)
I recently used this after years of thinking it was hard to do, to my surprise it was simple yet fun. It gives a realistic chrome shine to all models. Get yourself some tweezers, q tips, and fresh hobby knife. Measure a little wider and longer than what your covering. Use the q-tip to lay it down nice and smooth plus it helps it stick. Now just take your hobby knife and gentle trace the lines and peal off access and your done . I really suggest this it brings life into my model cars

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