A highly reflective chrome paint. Applied correctly, you can achieve a mirror like finish to your work.
This is a solvent based paint. 100ml or 200ml
For best results we advise applying this last and only backing if needs be. >Shake the bottle well before use (as is ready to use, with no mixing required) >Make sure there is NO moisture in the airbrush >Apply multiple thin coats applying 1-2min flashing time between them, until it is no longer transparent >allow the paint to dry (24hour) >Backing/lacquering is possible, so long as the paint has set and applied in light coats, but make sure these are thin coats and have a low VOC and low levels of solvent (otherwise it vents off solvents that react with the ‘mirror paint’ and distorts the effect). (We have found a light dusting of water-based silver paint protects the paint, or water-based black works very well, remembering to allow it to dry fully beforehand.)
You can use ‘mirror paint’ the reverse way, applying it on top of a base colour, which needs to be a glass like finish and remembering that 14 days should pass allowing for any venting of solvents from the base coat.
How shiny and reflective is ‘Mirror Chrome’? Pretty shiny and reflective…