It is recommended to shake well the paint can before using.
The paint should only be applied on pre-treated surfaces. The surface has to have a dark background or a high gloss hardener must have been applied onto it (primer or lacquer). Make sure that the surface is clean.
Spray the paint in thin, intermittent passes on the surface and wait in between, allowing the air to evaporate so that the effect can set in. The effect is immediate. The drying of the surface can be accelerated with a thermic spray gun by applying various layers – more air than paint – until getting the desired effect.
Once an optimal mirror effect is achieved, let it air-dry for 24 hrs. or in the oven at 40° C for 2 hrs. Clean the surface with a soft cotton cloth and apply the topcoat.
If a painted piece will be used for decorative (indoor purposes), it can already be used like this. The chrome effect is almost a 100%, not resistant to abrasives though. If a protection against abrasives and weathering is needed, a topcoat should be applied. It is recommended to use the special topcoat CR2. A special, a hybrid coating that maintains the mirror effect at an 80%, reducing minimal the brightness.