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Thread: super krome

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    Default super krome

    anyone ever shove this through a screen?


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    I think the can would be too big to fit.

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    not with my mesh. 2.

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    i think i'm going to bump this, even thought it's been like 6 months, cause i still haven't tried it, and i sorta want to agian.

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    guesses:

    i wouldn't try for any degree of detail. use low thread mesh, like 100, maybe?

    uh...
    most of the time we never fish!

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    Looks like it's aluminum powder in paint. stir it up good if there is sediment on the bottom.
    I think it will bleed all over, if you have some solvent based poster ink you could use some clear to thicken it a bit.
    if it actually puts down a reflective chrome finish on paper you might be on to something....
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    We've never tried super krome. But I know for a fact that industrial automotive paint does not work! You won't even be able to clean/reclaim your screen with automotive paint. Lesson learnt on that one.

    Just try it allready! Screen printing is all about experimentation. Ok, that sounded wierd.

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    ok, i'm gonna try it soon. just don't wanna use one of my nice screens.. anyone got a trash screen in the northwest?

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    i used it to coat my balsac once before a nude trans-sahara race.

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