|Little black chips around "Twelve O'clock"|
Handy Andy could have been more careful over the years. The damage is beginning to be noticeable. Now that the gold is scraped off in small areas, the black shows through. She's shrugged for the last year, trusting that most folks are not careful observers and will not see the black where gold once was.
|Close up of chipped area|
|Gold nail polish drying over the chips|
Then Handy Andy remembered the broken wrist, the purple cast, the gold decoration and the gold fingernails to match. Gold nail polish would save the day and the tray. Daubing a tiny touch of "hiding the carelessness" took only a minute in the Things I get to do today.
|Slightly visible at "Three O'clock" but so much better than black marks|
Close inspection is not desired on this project. Hold this baby at arm's length, and most folks will never have a clue that the tray was damaged, ever.