High Gloss Finish
Here they are in a nutshell.
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Termination: Shrinkage of the spark, followed by total spark extinguishment. The optics go dark and the energon lines draw up tight, which can cause the dermal metal to appear somewhat muted beneath the paint. As the fans cease functioning, residual heat from the inner mechanisms build up and cause the metal to expand. Within a few cycles of bodily death, internal repairs run out of power and simply come to a halt.
Discharge: As that residual heat leeches out into the surrounding environment and the frame cools, the cooling metal will start giving off its characteristic popping sound. The energon lines go completely slack as their attachments fail; there may be leakage from the major orifices, or in rare cases, from the gaps between plating. 
Degeneration: Within three days of bodily death, the plating may become loose. Without the internal repair system to fight it off, rust will begin to take the soft alloys. It may take as long as a month for it to reach the dermal metal and become outwardly visible.
Advanced degeneration  If left exposed to the elements for a sufficient amount of time, the dry, brittle remains will be reduced to little more than dust.`

Here they are in a nutshell.

Termination: Shrinkage of the spark, followed by total spark extinguishment. The optics go dark and the energon lines draw up tight, which can cause the dermal metal to appear somewhat muted beneath the paint. As the fans cease functioning, residual heat from the inner mechanisms build up and cause the metal to expand. Within a few cycles of bodily death, internal repairs run out of power and simply come to a halt.

Discharge: As that residual heat leeches out into the surrounding environment and the frame cools, the cooling metal will start giving off its characteristic popping sound. The energon lines go completely slack as their attachments fail; there may be leakage from the major orifices, or in rare cases, from the gaps between plating. 

Degeneration: Within three days of bodily death, the plating may become loose. Without the internal repair system to fight it off, rust will begin to take the soft alloys. It may take as long as a month for it to reach the dermal metal and become outwardly visible.

Advanced degeneration  If left exposed to the elements for a sufficient amount of time, the dry, brittle remains will be reduced to little more than dust.`