Alclad II Chrome Lacquer: Bottle or Aerosol?

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  1. OmarJT82

    OmarJT82 Well-Known Member

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    Which Alclad II Chrome Lacquer is better?

    ALC 107 (1oz. bottle):
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    OR

    ALC5114 (3oz. aerosol can):
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    In addition, do I need a 1oz. bottle of ALC 304 for the one in the bottle, the one in the aerosol can, or both?
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  2. Zildjian

    Zildjian Well-Known Member

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    Bottle because you cant control the rate of spray from an aerosol, and you need to have PRECISE air pressure to get the chrome right.
     
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    yeah, what Z said. aerosol is for those without an air brush....
     
  4. OmarJT82

    OmarJT82 Well-Known Member

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    Is the 1oz. bottle of ALC 304 (Gloss Black Base) required to get the chrome right?
     
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    Zildjian Well-Known Member

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    Any black gloss will work.