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StuartNolan
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I've got a nice old chrome cigarette case that used to belong to my uncle Ken. I'd like to make a ghost glass effect using the surface of the chrome and wondered if anyone knows if there is a way of doing that?

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I PM you.
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Thanks for the suggestions fellas. You are diamond geezers and no mistake.

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I believe they sell special liquids for this, creating Ghost Glass
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The ghost glass liquid can be found on that big auction site that shall not be named. Just do a search for "ghost glass".
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Thanks guys. I was aware of ghost glass but was really asking if it (or something similar) works on chrome. I believe I have some solutions to try.

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I believe Brother Kotah has a way of doing this if the ghost glass liquid doesn't work. I'll leave it to him. I'm sure he'll pop up soon.
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At risk of being called a geezer, I have apm'd my method to you.

Kotah
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While "geezer" by itself may be ambivalent in its meaning please be assured that "diamond geezer" is an appellation much prized on this soggy isle.
I refer you to the late Victorian music hall ballad, "Ebenezer the Diamond Geezer ('e sure was a bosom pleaser)."
"One should always be a little improbable." - Oscar Wilde
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But you will have to beaware of a dodgy geezer. Especially if he is trying to sell you a genuine reproduction Higley.

If you want something steamy, try an ol faithful geezer. (get it?)
Mark Rough
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See? I told you he'd be here! Heh, heh, heh. Let that be a lesson in invocation.

Mark

PS Hey, save me a seat on the geezer bench.
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Stuart, I sent an even cleaner, less time consuming method to you in a responding PM. One of the two should meet your needs.

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Diamond Geezer? Wasn't that a telly show with one of my favorite actors, Sir David Jason? Was absolutely hooked on him as Del Boy and Jack Frost. Have seen most of the Fools & Horses and all of the Touch of Frosts (twice, going on 3rd time this fall). A fine actor!
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My dad was once described as looking like a cross between David Jason and Lee Van Cleef.

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