And you're done! Mo money mo problems? Maker, please... Special thanks to mikeasaurus and PenfoldPlant for their help!
I'll be honest, keyboards are boring. And most of us are at our desks 8 hours a day with these drab accessories. Gold, however, is not boring, and is exactly what our keyboards need. With just a little spray paint, your keyboard can have more carrots than a salad.
Step 1: Sand the key
Carefully pop off your $4 key. Sand thoroughly with 180 grit sandpaper.
Step 2: Primer and paint
Grab your trusty spray paint cans. Spray a round of primer, sand, and then spray a round of gold. Give it a bit of time to dry.
Hint: to make sure you thoroughly cover your key with gold paint, try propping it on top of a small dowel.
Step 3: Make your mark
Once your key is dry, pop it back into your keyboard and draw on the 4 and $ sign.
Step 4: Finished!
And you're done! Mo money mo problems? Maker, please...