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Black out chrome

Discussion in 'Hong Kong' started by erikku80, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. erikku80

    erikku80 Member

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    Hi

    any one got their chrome black out? And any recommendations?

    i got a pearl white thinking to either do matte black or dark grey
     
  2. telegogo

    telegogo Member

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    #2 telegogo, Dec 18, 2015
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    few shops can do it. Wrapwork at fotan (price is a little higher but I think they have good experience). Impressive wrap at tsuen wan (pricy, quoted by pieces). Sunshine at Jordan (many tesla owner and myself have them for window tinting. They did the de-chrome for me as well. Good services but need some fixings and they are willing to follow up the defects. ).
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  3. evevevev

    evevevev Member

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    may I know where is sunshine ? or its name in chinese ? cant' find it in web, many thx
     
  4. MingMan

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    44 Man Wui Street in where was called "Ferry Point" or the "8 'Man' Buildings" . The shop is actually difficult to find if you don't know the place. I incidentally passed by it when I visited my dad's this evening. If you know where to board the ferry solely for vehicles in Jordan (well I think the service had been stopped about 20 years ago), the shop is around there. Phone number is 34881047.
     
  5. evevevev

    evevevev Member

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    Thank you so much
     
  6. robin051

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    Just curious, what's the main purpose when people dechrome their cars?
     

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