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Alright i figured this out on an old battery cover that i scratched the hell out of. This takes nearly no money to perform. first go to your local store and pick up some 1500 grit sandpaper and sand the black paint off from whatever you want and walllaaaaa your almost done. Once you have chromed out everything that you want you grab a can of automotive clear coat and spray on 2 THIN coats onto the pieces. Than once again lightly sand the clearcoat and than take some of your favorite car wax and rub her in. This does involve taking the housing off of your phone so do at your own risk. Smartphonejunkie will not be responsible if you damage your phone in this process. Here is a few pictures of what went on during the process.
 

D/\SH

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yeah it is it actually urns out really nice and doesn't show any scratches if done right.. :hug:
 
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