Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents

Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below.

Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents

Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks, Tyler! Check out my pictures below.

Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below. Bringing back the appearance of chrome to the A/C vents. A few weeks ago I saw a friend do a post on his YouTube channel showing how to revive a dashboard panel with a $5.00 paint pen. You can see Tyler’s video here. I have to give credit to “whosaidtyler” for this tip. Anyhoo… I ordered a new center dash air conditioning vent from a person on ebay. Overall, the vent was in excellent shape except for the lack of chroming on the a/c vent directors. This is now a very simple fix… Using a silver permanent paint pen ($5.00) and some normal household rubbing alcohol (as a prep) keep a very steady hand and run the pen along the surface that used to be chrome or silver. The end result is a shockingly nice appearance of chrome or accent silver. It looks very clean, crisp, and brings new life into an old part! Thanks Tyler! Check out my pictures below.



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