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Old 10-05-2014, 09:03 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Old Mechanic View Post
I like the idea, but advise caution, basically you are using heat to partially melt the surface of the trim and that eliminates the oxidation. The difference between too much and too little is probably slim so start conservatively and work from there, with color change being your indicator. The trim needs to be in it's natural (as moulded) color or that amount of heat could cause problems with painted parts.

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Is that what it's doing? It's so trippy haha. I used a small section to kinda test how long it took to turn it back to black, and I used that as a reference how fast I needed to sweep across to prevent any damage, and still get good results. As you can see, I seemed to get it right.
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