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    Heated rear screen repair !

    A few line of my HRS dont work due to being scratched away over time.

    I have some liquid metal stuff with a template but its really basic old school stuff

    And just wanted to know if there is any other stuff out there i could use to fix this problem !


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    bump ! .......

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    nope thats the best you can get, best bet is make sure its really clean and mask it off with tape instead of using the dodgy template! then coat it with clear nail varnish to protect it from scratching of again
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    I did exactly what Windrew has said a while ago and it worked a treat. Just some electro-conductive paint from halfrauds. The most expensive paint I even bought I think lol.

    Use masking tape instead of the template.
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    Cool cheers guys

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