Yeah, but for Alclad you need an airbrush, which I don't have.
Get something like this to start. I have that pump and started with that airbrush. Cost of entry is really low. The pump works absolutely fine for airbrushing models. I have done about 10 models now using it and it's been great to use. Eventually I'll get a higher quality one, but it works and does what it's suppose to for now.
Nice starter kit. It's really good when you want to try something new and it doesn't cost you an arm and a leg just to try it out
Bad website, the text is painful
Looks good and reminds me of a Japanese "powder chrome" which also seem pretty damn nice. I will definitely get some and try it out.
Regarding C1 metallizer, I'll just start off by saying, this stuff does NOT stay in the damn jar. As soon as you carefully screw off the lid, some of the powder come pouring out.
Onto my first results, tried it out on my half-ruined replica graflex clamp:
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Like it has been said, the stuff does not rub off, so you don't need to worry about touching the surface after you are done rubbing and cleaning it off.