Molotow Liquid Chrome Marker

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Mirror, mirror on the wall what is the best chrome of all? LIQUID CHROME™ - for a real mirror effect: 

  • alcohol-based
  • highly pigmented special ink 
  • high-gloss liquid chrome
  • highly opaque
  • permanent 
  • good UV resistance
  • limited scratch- and abrasion-proof 
  • 1 mm tip 
  • refillable
  • exchangeable tips*

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R 190.00

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The highly pigmented special ink of LIQUID CHROME™ markers is unique due to its mirror effect and its unrivalled scratch and abrasion resistance.

"MOLOTOW™ launched the special ink LIQUID CHROME™ with mirror effect. The liquid chrome is the result of a long-term development of the also well-known BURNER™ ink from MOLOTOW™. LIQUID CHROME™ is available as markers and as 30 ml refill. The refill is perfectly suitable to be applied with an airbrush. The ink can be sprayed easily through the finest nozzle. A smooth, non-absorbent surface is necessary to achieve the best mirror effect.

The highly pigmented alcohol-based special ink creates a real mirror effect and has been enthusiastically received by the graffiti, hobby and D.I.Y. scene. It comes as no surprise therefore that some sort of hype emerged about the markers. The ink can also be used in custom painting, illustration or scale modeling. In combination with candy, anodized colors can be created in custom painting. In scale modeling, bumpers and other things can be set in a realistic scene. The ink is highly opaque, permanent and has a good UV resistance."

MAIN FEATURES

  • alcohol-based
  • highly pigmented special ink
  • high-gloss liquid chrome
  • highly opaque
  • permanent
  • good UV resistance
  • highly scratch- and abrasion-proof
    (compared with conventional products)
  • for nearly all surfaces
  • for indoor and outdoor use
  • 1 color: chrome
  • consistent paint flow due to FLOWMASTER™ valve
  • refillable
  • Made in Germany

FOR NEARLY ALL SURFACES

LIQUID CHROME™ markers work on nearly all surfaces, however it is recommended to test them before application. The mirror effect can be best seen on smooth, nonabsorbent surfaces. Before painting, it is neccessary to remove greasy films from the surfaces.