- Ken Fuzzi Fur
Chrome and Matte Bare-Metal®Foil were used on this beautiful 57’ Chevy. Chrome Bare-Metal® was used on the rocker panels, door handles, windshield frames and wipers. Matte Aluminum was used on the rear quarter for a very realistic effect.
Bare-Metal® Foil is perfect for duplicating chrome on model cars, model trucks, and model aircraft. Bare-Metal® also looks great on die cast models. You can use Bare-Metal® any place that real metal would add detail to a finished kit. Bare-Metal® Foil is a thin metal foil with a self-adhesive backing. Bare-Metal® can be applied to painted surfaces or plain plastic. Plus since Bare-Metal® Foil is so thin it conforms to compound curves.
Bare-Metal® Foil is the finest product of its type on the market today. For years, others have tried to copy our foil, but no one has been able to match Bare-Metal's unique qualities.
Our foils come in Chrome (NEW!!), Ultra Brite Chrome, Black Chrome, Gold, Matte Aluminum, and Real Copper. Our Chrome and new Ultra Brite Chrome look great anywhere you need a chrome finish. And our colored foils can be used to simulate surfaces such as black chrome on modern cars, gold on model rockets, matte on aircraft, and copper on building roofs. These are only a few of the areas where Bare-Metal® Foil can be used. There's really no limit to the number of applications for Bare-Metal®.
Our pressure sensitive adhesive easily sticks to any clean surface. Bare-Metal® has an adhesive that is not too aggressive, so it is great for masking. With the mild tack of our product, you can put the foil on your model without worrying about it wrecking your paint job. Bare-Metal® Foil is packaged in 6 x 11.75 inch sheets.