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    Touch-Up for Black Oxide?

    Any touch-ups for tiny scratches in Black Oxide anyone know of?

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    Cold blue of your choice. Most of the cold blues are very black, so they would blend well with black oxide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gvf View Post
    Any touch-ups for tiny scratches in Black Oxide anyone know of?
    I hope you didn't scratch that beautiful 1911 already! Just kidding, I know that stuff happens. I hope its not too bad.

    Max

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colt 45 View Post
    I hope you didn't scratch that beautiful 1911 already! Just kidding, I know that stuff happens. I hope its not too bad.

    Max
    No, tiny little mark, can barely see it. Question was more for general purposes for this finish, my only gun in B. Oxide. Nice looking finish!

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    Brownells sells a product called Oxpho Blue that you should look at. It is a phosphate treatment and you can use it to touch up small scratches or to finish an entire gun. It is much more durable than common gun shop cold blue. It does leave a blacker finish than some treatments.

    http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/cid=3...ech/Gun_Bluing

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonS View Post
    Brownells sells a product called Oxpho Blue that you should look at. It is a phosphate treatment and you can use it to touch up small scratches or to finish an entire gun. It is much more durable than common gun shop cold blue. It does leave a blacker finish than some treatments.

    http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/cid=3...ech/Gun_Bluing
    Sounds interesting.
    Much thanks to you and all for the various info!
    Last edited by gvf; 12-29-2010 at 10:57 AM.

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    This is probably a more accurate link to the Brownell's cold blue:

    http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/sid=3...OZ__OXPHO_BLUE


 

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