I seen a picture of this done to a JCP .40. I thought that I would use my own idea and apply it to my Hi-Point JC .40 Here is what I did. I gave my Hi-Point a Face-Lift From This: To This: Here is the list of things that I used to give my Hi-Point JC .40 its Face-Lift Here is some Pictures of the process: Tape-up the Slide very-well only leaving un-taped what you want to sand. It should look like this: I used the 60 Grit first to completely remove the paint, then the 100 Grit to smooth it down, then the 320 Grit to make it "Clear-coat Ready". Here is what the slide looked like afterwards: After cleaning the pistol very well with the Alcohol and the Cosmetic Wedges, spray thin coats of the Engine Block Clear-Coat onto each side of the slide to prevent rust and to make shiny. Then Remove tape. It should look like this: All that is left to do now is assemble it back together, take pics and then post on the Forum! I hope this will help someone. Let me know what you think of my work.