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Old 14th September 2018, 07:21   #11 (permalink)
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Re: Switches - lights and sockets

Whatever you buy, buy a few extra, as when it comes the replace one or two the series will be out of production and you will not find another.
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Re: Switches - lights and sockets

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Consider spray coat like Plasti Dip (available in Turkey). Cheap and removable if you change the décor.

https://plastidip.com

Ian

ps they do a metallic finish.
Looks good but I would not recommend it on Switches or sockets because of the plastic coating being trapped in the side of the toggle switch or covering the terminals in the socket.

EDIT:
I can see a lot of uses for that type of plastic spray paint especially if covering slippy tool handle etc.

But how much a can is it?

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Looks good but I would not recommend it on Switches or sockets because of the plastic coating being trapped in the side of the toggle switch or covering the terminals in the socket.

EDIT:
I can see a lot of uses for that type of plastic spray paint especially if covering slippy tool handle etc.

But how much a can is it?
A quick search gives me 40TL per can, up to 90TL.

You would mask off the moving parts, like any spray job, to avoid the problem you suggest might occur.

https://urun.gittigidiyor.com/otomob...lack-376393706

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