...it's been FOUR days since there was a post here.
Bil....you slacking off??
Summer? Wha'dya mean summer?? Bbq weather?.....What??? !!
(Hope you're taking a break, Brother Bil. Lord knows you've earned one...)
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Well, I have to admit, with heat and sun week after week here in Victoria, I have been slacking a bit. I'm currently working on two more more pairs of Super Duty headlights and of course, yours Jimaa66. They will be completed soon now that the curing phase is almost done.
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Hello Bill, I have a question and since you have extensive knowledge and experience in both models and light buckets I thought you would be the perfect go to guy.
"Another method I've heard of for removing paint from the plastic models is to soak them over night in brake fluid...not sure I would try it on my lights for the first time....
If it removes paint it should remove the chrome. Any body know this method? And does it really work?