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I dislike the color of many anodized parts and tools, and I love the look of bare aluminum. Fortunately, it's easy to remove the anodized coating from most ...
You need:1. Some Greased Lightning Cleaner. 2. A plastic dish of some kind. 3. A brush. 4. Something with a coating that you just can't stand. I had ...
If necessary, disassemble your knife/tool/object. You don't want to expose anything but the aluminum to the cleaner, if you can help it.Remove the spray cap of your Greased ...
Scrub the parts with your brush. Constantly agitate the solution. Depending on the thickness of the anodizing, it may take a little while. My knife was HAIII -- ...
Remove your parts from the solution using a tweezers or hook. Run it under cold water until there are no more suds. Pat dry with a towel or ...
After reassembly (obviously only applicable if you first disassembled your object), check that everything works. I think this thing is dead sexy in white. And after almost a ...
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