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Beomaster 4500 Glass Panel Black-Coating Scratched!

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PlasticPig
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PlasticPig posted on Mon, Sep 21 2020 8:38 AM

I wish I had read the advice from you experts before diving in to replace the adhesive tape behind the glass panel. I have managed to scratch some of the black-coating on the rear of the panel. Does anyone know what to use to recoat it? It seems to be some sort of B&O dark-art probably originating from a black-hole because the original coating ommits no light at all!

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Spassmaker
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Hi

Yes you are right, reading before...;-))

It's not very difficult, just buy a can of Black matt / frosty spraycolour.

Mask the carbon area where the sensitive touch is with some cardboard and put something on the cardboard to keep it straight/ flat on the Glas.

Spray two or three times thin layers on the scratches and let it dry, have a look against Lightsource, still Light to see, repeat steps.

For me it worked like charm.

Best Regards

Chrischi

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Dillen replied on Mon, Sep 21 2020 9:17 AM

I find a small can of black Humbrol enamel and a small brush easier to control.

Martin

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Thanks for the swift reply, I have two solutions and will try the one based on which paint arrives first - much appreciated.

PlasticPig
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Thanks for the swift reply. I will try as soon as the paint arrives - much appreciated!

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Martin, just to let you know the Humbrol Enamel (black satin) has worked a treat! I can sleep easy again. Thank you.

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