Or maybe red fineline marker pen. Excess can be removed from the glass
and the eye doesn't see colour blemishes in fine detail.
I had a brand new car once which had every trace of the HRW broken in
several places. The dozy cleaner who had prepared the car proir to
sale had cleaned the back window with a duster with a lump of grit
stuck in it.
The dealer tried the conductive paint trick but the result was mega -
conspicuous and I threatened to reject the car so they replaced the
Masking off and leaving an exposed area *thinner* than the original is
the secret. The silver-loaded stuff is a better conductor and very,
very, very little is needed.
I suspect they plastered it on...when you can carry enough on the tip of
a pin to do the job.
But surely even using these two tips to 'perfection', you would still see
the repair from the outside. Can I see a market for a red electrically
conductive paint....? What are the originals made from?
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