Customs: Painting over chome...?

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  1. Bobby Lemain

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    Should I sand then use fusion, or just paint over it?
     
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    What part exactlly are you talking about?
     
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    What part exactlly are you talking about?
     
  4. Bobby Lemain

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    the little eject button switch thingy on soundwave/soundblaster but this question goes for all chromed peices of plastic
     
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    the little eject button switch thingy on soundwave/soundblaster but this question goes for all chromed peices of plastic
     
  6. dak

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    you should deffinitally try to remove it or sand it lightly cause paint can have trouble sticking to glossy surfaces.
     
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    dak <b><font color=blue>I am DAK! The customizer!</fon

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    you should deffinitally try to remove it or sand it lightly cause paint can have trouble sticking to glossy surfaces.
     

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