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...We'll see how long it lasts. Picked it up at Hobby Lobby in the marker isle at a cost of $12 each. It comes in 3 different tip sizes: 4mm, 2mm, 1mm. Like I said, we'll see how long it last, but if you have any flaking on your chrome bits, this might save you a few dollars rather than replating AND satisfy your OCD.

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I have never seen that before looks ok . I would spot blast the rust to stop the chrome from peeling more as the rust spreads it will continue to lift the chrome. Factory chrome is the most robust so try to save it
 

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I don't have a blaster and agree that getting the rust off there first is better than going over it, but are there small blasters that can do such precise work on small areas?
 

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yes napa carries a small top loader that is what i use works excellent product code upt 65338
 

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I have the same spot on one of my Millennium arms also ,that will work for me also .
They probably don't have that product here in Canada though ????
 

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